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Forest and Garden

Gardens by Renata
Kew Gardens
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On February 27,2012 Gardens by Renata said:

"I was so excited to be featured as one of the community gardens, Thank you! I'm still busy adding, editing and expanding our gardens. In my gardens I always find myself looking forward to the next year without ever being disappointed in the present."

On February 17,2011 Gardens by Renata said:

"When I first moved into this community the only time we had grass was spring and then it would die off as the large trees would block what ever little sunlight we have. The fact that we have 6 story buildings in close proximity on all sides it is impossible to have a lawn. Lucky for me... because I was able to create these lovely beds and now no one notices the fact that we don't have good lawns. "

On February 17,2011 Mattemma said:

"So nice to see more than just grass.The plants really bring life and beauty to the area."

On February 16,2011 Gardens by Renata said:

"Looking forward to the time when we can enjoy our gardens again... spring is coming soooon."

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