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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

To cook, quilt and collect, Whidbey home has space for it all

The two wings of the house are set at a 45-degree angle to maximize views and light. Whidbey Island landscape architect Kenneth Philp used foliage and native plants to create a drought-tolerant, low-maintenance garden that looks good in all seasons.