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Jamma's Fairy Garden...Part I

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This will be a step-by-step account of how I'm creating a magical place for my grandchildren and anyone whose heart believes in fairies. I will show details and provide plant names. That's not for the many accomplished gardeners on YardShare but for beginners who are looking for help on how to get started. Janet Drake

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Comments / Q&A

On May 31,2010 Fastforward said:

"As I said before, Geraldine, I do look forward to having my gardens look as beautiful as your Cottage Garden. Smiles, Janet"

On May 29,2010 Geraldine Dean said:

"I just love seeing a new garden come to life. You and your family will have many years of enjoyment watching it grow and mature into the vision you had when you first created it."

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