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Welcoming front gardens

By: Garden Gate staff
A front garden is often the first thing visitors see. Here are some ideas to make yours beautiful and inviting.

welcoming front gardens

A front garden is often the first thing visitors see. Here are some ideas to make yours beautiful and inviting.

Published: Feb. 5, 2008
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