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Hi, I love your path! I would not change much at all, maybe just add a garden sculpture on the wall. I also like the idea of adding something on the right, a grouping of something small. I like the natural feel to the walk, and disagree with butterflygirl's comment that it feels too cramped. I definitely would not add stones! You don't want a McDonald's look here, you want something more natural and meandering. Congrats!
Great review of a great book. We have more weeds than grass in our lawn due to our concerns about using herbicides, fertilizers, etc. As I look out on our front lawn, I can visualize softly swaying prairie grasses and fescues. An inspiring book, thank you.
This book look great. In spring and summer, we spend half our time outdoors, swimming in our pool, gardening, watching the kids run around, and dining. This book looks like it will have many helpful suggestions. I already grow herbs for the kitchen and hope this year to sell them at the farmer's market. I would like to make some trough-type planters for our new deck (hypertropha?). I'd also like to make a bamboo-lattice fence to hold back the ferns behind the pool. This book looks like it will have a lot of great ideas.
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