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Gorgeous out of the gate

comments (5) February 27th, 2013 in blogs
Antonio_Reis Antonio Reis, Product Manager
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Produced by: Michelle Gervais, Antonio Reis


A garden gate gives you the first taste of what lies beyond. Make it an impressive preview.





Comments (5)

rodja writes: Hi just received my magazine 154
Using your www. unable to find the plants listed!!! in regard to page 61? Your magazine said I would find them here? Posted: 10:50 pm on September 27th
Janner70 writes: Great photos, but why aren't they oriented the same way? Posted: 7:09 am on April 17th
Pastoralia_Gardens writes: The gate is the entrance to the garden. A wonderful garden without a matching entrance lacks in design. What is important in gate design that it stirs up out imagination what lies ahead. Posted: 2:02 am on April 17th
hoskinrod writes: Good looking gate. Any details on how it was built, how deep the uprights were set, etc,? What are the branches from?
I do powerline clearance so I have accsess to lots of materials, until I really want some, of course. I think Russian Olive would be a cool candidate as we deal so much with it and it can grow in such odd shapes.
Good job. Rod Posted: 10:30 pm on March 11th
tntreeman writes: whenever i see a garden gate i just gotta see what's on the other side. it's too tempting and i can never resist temptation Posted: 1:44 pm on February 27th
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