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Bandon Landscaping Project

Bandon, Oregon (8)
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Landscaping my Bandon Oregon new home on a shoestring (retired) budget. Besides store bought plants we have also added free beachy stuff and since we live in a coastal town we have added coastal themes throughout the garden. We have added a small fence to keep in our small dog,the fence surrounds the whole property. I do not care to do another fence,NEVER! Now that we have completed the front yard we will move to the back yard that will be a walking path through a heavy coastal vegetated garden and a small lawn. 7/2009 I have updated the photos, just showing the beginning and one year later.

Comments / Q&A

OnApril 17,2009 said:

"Awesome! I absolutely LOVE IT!"

On October 10,2008 said:

"Sandra just sent me photo's of your yard. It's beautiful. Now that I have your blog I'll look forward to viewing your back yard and inside house. I'll be without a computer after today, but hopefully will get my new one some time next week. This one has bit the dust. Hope everything is going well for you. "

OnOctober 1,2008 said:

"wonderful job,looks beatiful"

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