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    February 26, 2010

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    Nan Ondra

    You're so lucky to be able to "borrow" the background of your neighbor's fence, Heather. You've certainly made the most of it. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and images for the Design Workshop this month. Hope you feel better soon!

    Dave@TheHomeGarden

    I like how you've used your neighbors fence to turn those areas into outdoor living areas. The furniture and hanging flowers really dress it up! Split rail fences really give things a nice rustic look!

    Heather's Garden

    Nan -- Thanks, I'm almost human today. Almost.

    Dave -- I have to laugh. My sister doesn't read this blog and hasn't been to my house in a few years, but last night I was with her at my mom's house and she was forced to look at the blog. She saw that photo of the side of the house with the furniture and plants along the fence and said, but this isn't your house. So yes, they really do dress it up!

    SEO Melbourne

    Clear, concise and easy to read. Thanks for a nice blog post!

    EthanAllen

    Fence is very important thing for making garden attractive. You can use various types of fences to add beauty to your garden. There are very few people in this world who gives such tremendous views. Thanks.
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