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Just past puberty!

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Out-of-control! The yard is not bordered correctly, is rather overgrown in places and lacks a Zen quality that is desperately desired. Please offer any advice and suggestions. I love working in the yard and am ready to get dirty! We have a deep backyard that is fenced in with modern material, as well as vines, vines, vines! Many perennials grow in the garden and along the garage/fence. There is a giant Tulip tree just north of the garage, which blooms beautifully. A mammoth bush, which has grown into a tree, adds shade and charm to the deep portion of the yard. There are wild roses and wild raspberries in various places along the perimeter. Last year, I referred to the yard as "The Jungle", but now it's definitely more tame. Yeah right!

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On June 26,2010 Fastforward said:

"It sounds like there are some good assets in your existing landscaping that can saved. It also sounds like you might be a bit overwhelmed by the task at hand..... creating Zen. I jotted down a few ideas on your home page. This year just GO FOR IT."

On May 13,2010 Stacey Mundt said:

"This inspires me to bulldoze..:("

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