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Antonietta Perilli

Love the concepts, great for winter, but for people who live in tropical environments, its about shade and insect protection whilst being able to entertain....

   
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patsywilson45
Debbie,

Thought this might give you some food for thought for your roof garden.

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The Long Gallery

It was all good until the funnel-web spider crawled out from the woodpile... :-)

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