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Wednesday, March 11, 2020


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Lisa at Greenbow

How nice it would be to have 100 acres to play with. I wouldn't know where to begin but I wouldn't mind the chance to try. :) Lovely photos. I am sure the book would be fun to peruse.

Kris P

I took a look at the book on Amazon. The photos are beautiful but I feel as you do: it's more a depiction of an unattainable dream than something I could glean a lot of practical advice from, especially with the difference in climate. As I'm trying (REALLY!) not to buy every garden book I see, this one isn't going on my wish list.

Barbara H.

Hah! I can finally read and comment while using Safari. I unchecked cross-site tracking in Safari preferences. No doubt this solution will have cons as well as pros, but I'm going to go with it.

Linda Brazill

I can barely imagine having that much property to play with. I think I would run out of ideas.

Linda Brazill

I think the financial crisis is going to seriously cut into my book buying.

Beth @ PlantPostings

That looks like a great coffee-table book. Maybe a few ideas here and there, but mainly beautiful to view.

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