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May 18, 2008
10:10 PM

Post #4970178

I just love what you have done.It is just beautiful. I am looking for a simmilar approach with my garden at my trailer site.
I have alarge garden with not to much space for grass ,and also because I have to many trees on my lot to grow grass. All the roots from the trees eat up all the nutrients for grass to grow.
Well heres my question, just exactly how did you start your project. Did you have to level everything and lay aggrigate stone and then cement before laying the flag stone. Oh I hope you dont mind me steeling your idea, cause I know everyone will admire it at the park, and I wil be sure to let everyone know where I got the idea.


Northern California
United States
(Zone 9a)

May 19, 2008
2:05 AM

Post #4971438

Sorry, guess I should look for some way to properly tag images these but they were on a garden tour I took. I posted them to inspire others.

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