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  • Robin

    Garden Designer’s Roundtable: Ideas for Adding Texture to Your Landscape « Personal Garden Coach

  • Sara Nordvall

    Look at all the colors! Stone art.

  • Lisa Tolcher

    mass plantings & stacked stone sculpture at the Entrance at the Bellevue Botanical Garden Lisa - learn how to drill river stones and make an artwork for home

  • Judy Hammer

    glue stones together to create a peaceful zen garden

  • Jane Click

    Garden Sculpture

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