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Cyndie Reis
Thanks for the post, these are some lovely ideas. Regarding the veggies in the front yard, I am sure my HOA would raise a stink as well, but as far as I'm concerned, as long as they keep it neat and maintained...go for it!
   
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These photos are so creative, I love them. Thank you!
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