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In my Wisconsin zone 4-5 yard I wanted to create some visual interest throughout all seasons, especially Winter. I also wanted something to make you smile. My gardens reflect my artsy personality. I hope you enjoy my gallery.

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OnFebruary 18,2009 said:

"I love your yard. What a beautiful space to relax in. Thank you for sharing"

On November 2,2008 Lark said:

"Thank you for the kind comments. I will be posting more of my GARDEN ART in a week or so. I didn't want too many pictures, people might get bored."

OnOctober 31,2008 said:

"Hi Lark! I love the stepping stone walkway in picture #4. What an amazing garden you have!"

On October 31,2008 Karen W said:

"Hi again Lark, You have some wonderful ideas there. Your yard decor is very creative and to think the cost was almost nothing. WOW..... nGood job. I'm going to look around and see what I can use in my Murphy Lake yard. Thanks for sharing"

On October 31,2008 Lark said:

"Thank you for viewing my garden/yard art and your very kind comments. Some things are free and others I find at thrift shops."

On October 31,2008 said:

"I LOVE CREATIVE PEOPLE! Beautiful spaces"

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