The late David Hicks once wrote: “There is a great deal of false snobbery attached to garden ornaments, the feeling that if they are not fine original works of antiquity, they are not worth having. It is a snobbery I cannot share.” (My friends don’t quite have that issue!). Each person has their own sense of style and the art and ornaments they choose for their garden should reflect that. Just like a painting you might place in the living room of your home, what you use in your garden should be an expression of you.
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- Nature’s Beauty
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- A Special APLDCT Sponsor Event!
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