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I hired contractors do to all the concrete work. My father-in-law and I did all the brick work and built the columns. My wife and I did all the landscaping- those queen palms are heavy. I finished it off with accent lighting.

Comments / Q&A

OnFebruary 21,2008 said:

"The trees are close, but the roots of Queen Palms are not invasive. They should not affect the foundation."

On February 12,2008 said:

"I wonder if those two palms are too close to the foundation of your house. As they grow, you could have some problems....?"

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