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    • Bobbie Wheatley

      cute garden idea. Love the coordinated garden boxes and fence and the colorfulness of this!

    • Ang H

      make a permanent hop-scotch game with stepping stones by the playset also love the purple garden boxes!

    • Rachel Mulkerin

      Purple garden boxes - plum purple for boxing in the rectangular vegetable garden in the backyard

    • Stacy Barrington

      Colorful garden design

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