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In my Wisconsin zone 4-5 landscape I have created some inexpensive ways to brighten up the yard and garden. Using found objects and recycling. If you like to chat about gardening, learn and share tips & techniques come and join in my forum

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On February 19,2011 Nenie said:

"I love the way you were able to recycle so many things for the yard.The colored glass items are very pretty."

On September 16,2009 Lavona Carter said:

"I enjoyed every picture, thanks so much for sharing!"

On December 27,2008 sue said:

"I love your imagination!looks great!"

On November 7,2008 YardShareBryan said:

"Great pictures Lark. You've been an important contributor to YardShare. I've enjoyed all of your yards."

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