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Lizabeth
I want to do that in my garden
   
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Qing Wong
Enviable life!
   
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lilymb

Inspiring garden! What did you/they use for the plants to grow onto in the planter boxes and up the fences? I see interesting metalwork, but do not see it referenced anywhere and I was not referenced in the video. Thank you!

   

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