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Stone and gravel are used in combination for a rustic path in this garden.

I love the look of this garden

Love this window son is going to make me some new window boxes and I'm going to plant some potato vines in them along with some impatiens. Can't wait!!! :)

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Need to replant the front front yard

Without milkweed monarchs will continue to disappear. Please help by planting milkweed in your yard or garden this year. Learn more here: