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jolie_g

Love all the photos and the ideas

   
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crystalline_dream

Thank you for the well-conceived and written article accompanied by lovely photgraphs. So many wonderful & inspirational ideas! Kudos for showing the tin can and reed structure, which provides lots of potential homes for pollinators like Mason bees. :)

   
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pupin

Love the article. Thanks for sharing. My imagination has been stimulated!!!

   

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