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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

A wealth to enjoy and share in designer Kate Farley's garden

What used to be a pond, before raccoons tore up the liner, is now a grotto. Cement tree trunks, an immature Gunnera manicata and soft-leaved Hydrangea aspera make this back corner of the garden a focal point.