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Small Tropical Getaway

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My hubby and I have a very narrow and long backyard. (21 feet from patio) Except for the pool, we did EVERYTHING ourselves. We wanted a tropical getaway and with our hot climate that is a little hard. Through trial and error and 5 years of growth this is what we have.....enjoy

Comments / Q&A

On February 5,2012 Ron said:

"Very very nice,,,,,,Awesome"

On October 18,2008 said:

"It may be small but you've made the most of every inch. You didn'i miss a thing! Spectacular job. Enjoy your hard work!"

OnOctober 17,2008 said:

"wonderful, very nice. "

On October 15,2008 Ron said:

"It's perfect great job. Very relaxing & Fun looking. Kick back with a glass of wine and your there.... Check out (Ron & Eydie's garden pond) and let me know what you think. nTake care nRon B."

OnOctober 6,2008 said:

"Nice but it looks more like a 4 star hotel than a home."

On September 24,2008 said:

"Positively Beautiful!"

On September 20,2008 Karen W said:

"Wow, Nice, what a beautiful job you've done. It looks great, I bet you really enjoy it. "

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