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    Debra Lee Baldwin

    Your design is practical and captures Amy's sense of whimsy perfectly. What is that in the last photo? A still? LOL!


    An intriguing design for a challenging space. Makes me want to have a seat and drink it all in, so to speak.


    This is so cool Susan. I especially love the elevation. It was very simple and to the point. Love it!


    Well, I'd love to be at your talks, Susan, and hear more. Since I can't be there, I look forward to more posts like these. Great tips, and Amy's narrow garden is charming.

    sensible gardening

    Great job, sometimes less truly is more!


    Amy's garden is really special. The vibrant colours of the garden really stand out. Even though her garden is quite narrow she still managed to make something of it.

    Patricia Miller

    Hey great stuff nice info your passing on


    Great information that I will use, loved the photos, and I will look for your talk at the flower show in April. Thank you.


    Hie Amy Stewart's..I just love your creation called Cocktail Garden.I am very eager to taste it..Lovely stuff,I am eager to taste it.

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