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July 20th, 2010, 07:16 AM
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Texas
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Many of us flip through garden magazines, all the while thinking that it takes years, a professional, or tons of money to landscape the gardens featured in the glossy pictures. This isn’t necessarily true. You can design a breathtaking garden and be the envy of the neighborhood by following some of the following tips.
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July 20th, 2010, 07:16 AM
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Location: Texas
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I just finished about a month ago redoing our raised flower bed along the drive. Our drive is long, so it took some time to do it. My husband and I carefully shopped around and priced the wall for it, and then the plants. We dug up all the plants and bushes we didn't want anymore, and worked the soil. Then we bought the plants, placed them, and gosh, we are do happy with the out come of the bed. We have bought the decor and accents for the raised flower bed along with a unique tree log we had in the back. Now, we can sit back and enjoy. You wrote a good article and I enjoyed reading it.
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August 14th, 2011, 07:47 PM
Join Date: Aug 2011
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I am planning on redoing my flower beds in the autumn and spring. Your article gave me some good points to consider that had not occurred to me. Specifically, the point to keep in mind that when the plants are mature to consider their size and plan accordingly. Thanks for the good tips!
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