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The YardShare.com Winter Yard Contest: Winter in Kirkwood, Missouri
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  • Winter in Kirkwood, Missouri
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    The snow makes interesting patterns on the leaves.

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    • On March 11, 2012 dianat53 said:

      Thanks for your interest and compliments. I wanted to answer your question regarding the cost for the gazebo. It costs approx $20,000. There is also the costs of the concrete pad. We installed decorative concrete ourselves and included a walk. The gazebo is large enough to house table, chairs and a hot tub. We were please with the construction.

    • On February 28, 2012 DianaT said:

      Now I have hundreds of crocuses blooming and it makes quite a lovely sight in the tan zoysia lawn. I also have Hellabores blooming in various shades, white, wine, and pink.

    • On February 21, 2012 Chris Wooten said:

      cold

    • On February 21, 2012 DianaT said:

      During the night my blue globe broke. Guess it is time to go shopping. I have learned to keep the globe out of the wind, and not near rocks, but, I guess it hit hard when it fell. The holder is not too secure. I like having a reflecting globe enough to go out and buy another one. It really lights up an area, and creates a focal point. I wonder if the earthquake toppled it???

    • On February 17, 2012 DianaT said:

      We don't get much snow here, so when it does snow, I rush out and look.

    • On February 15, 2012 EdFarrell said:

      Snow is interesting on grass and Mahonia. A glass ball makes some interesting reflections, does it not?


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