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jenny
if you feel like making another article about regulations a really useful one would be for open concept rooms. people seem to screw up getting those to code all the time especially the open concept bathrooms that are getting really popular.
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Hal Braswell
A lot of the water availability problem is caused by developers building subdivisions and cities/counties turning a blind eye (they want growth for tax revenue) where there is insufficient water available to support existing or projected population.

Using appropriate grass and other plants should minimize the need for sprinkler systems and artificial irrigation.
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Susan
Do deer eat this, or is it fairly resistant? Very nice looking plant.
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adventuresuz
Wow, I have this on my cottage "lawn" in a few places. I always wondered what it was. Will try and propagate it. Thanks.
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muskokatana
this guy is soooo good. every room is gorgeous. his explanations and insight into the process is gold.
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mrinkoff
Thank you!! This is so helpful since we're moving into a new home and I'll have an office in the basement.
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davsay
If you looked up comfortable and elegant in the dictionary, there would be pictures of this beautiful home.
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healypolastri
Concept
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kellyhutman

Great pesto recipe: 1 cup basil, 1/2 cup cilantro, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 small shallot, 1/4 cup walnuts, 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup shaved parmesan cheese in processor until smooth

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Tom Tillery Concierge Realtor

I love basil put in a blender or food processor with mayonnaise and pureed until it's a creamy green spread. Try this on a BLT sandwich, add some hot peppers while in the processor to have on chicken enchiladas, the list is never ending. I put each batch in a small jar in the fridge and they will last a month or so. Enjoy

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