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  • Marla

    Garden ideas

  • BeautiFulfillment

    Desert, Xeriscape and Rock Gardens: ornamental grasses, crepe myrtles and creeping fescue. Lovely plants, maybe without the storybook look ;)

  • Amanda Eldridge

    blue stone creek

  • Caroline Paquinett

    Deep Blue "Waters" A tumbled-glass "river" runs through this garden, featuring a footbridge, ornamental grasses, crepe myrtles and creeping fescue. Design by Shirley Bovshow

  • Jo Ann Gruber


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