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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

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Lisa at Greeenbow

Another wonderful element in your garden. I have often admired these gravel areas and wanted one however with my big dog that wanders the property I would be going crazy trying to keep it looking fresh.

Gail

Your garden is fantastic....and you anticipated my question about leaves in the fall! Our version of the he said/she said~~is that I want a gravel path and Michael doesn't! I love the first photo with the angles and design so clearly evident...is it shot from the top of a hill or deck? gail

Pam/Digging (Austin)

You have so many interesting areas in your garden. This one is lovely. Can't wait to see the tea house!

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Gail — The first photo is shot from the roof of the house. Not too hard to do when the house is a one-story ranch.

Lisa — This kind of thing only works with grown-ups who stay on the stepping stones! Definitely not for kids or dogs.

Pam — I can't wait to see the tea house either!

Jason

Really beautiful garden and great blog! Stumbled on your blog from a google picture search for Alpine Currant.

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