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The entrance to Bard’s 1950s Bainbridge Island home is softened by closely clipped shrubs and potted plants. Bard and a friend made the metal armatures out of rebar.
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The entrance to Bard’s 1950s Bainbridge Island home is softened by closely clipped shrubs and potted plants. Bard and a friend made the metal armatures out of rebar.

Bainbridge artist turns her creative talents to her garden | Northwest Living

It was Gayle Bard’s move to the island 30 years ago that turned her into an ornamental gardener.

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