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Several plants are growing on substantial of stome slabs.


The house-leek, sometimes called sempervivum, can live  in very dry conditions; it has thick, fleshy leaves that can store water, and its pretty pink flower blossoms in this July.


The yellow stonecrop a member of the Sedum family, is also well adapted to grow on roof tops: so bright and cheerful does it look that one of its country names is "Welcome-home-husband-though-never-so-drunk.".

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