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Claudia De Yong Garden Design

Lynda Isn't that Geranium a good plant- it keeps going and going - looks lovely.

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M J

Lynda - what a beautiful front of house you have. Lucky you.

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Rebecca O'Regan

Brilliant article which I can really make use of. My front garden looks very sorrowful at the moment.

   

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