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  • Margaret Harvey

    Spiral garden #2.

  • Wendy Sweigert

    This is a flower spiral sent to me by Tammie Bean from Arkansas who was inspired to make one too. She used hardware cloth or 1/2 inch mesh wire and bought rocks from Wal-Mart (Arkansas river rock).

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