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February 24, 2008


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I remember the before pictures, I remember during and love the
after. You accomplished what you
envisioned. All those magazine
clippings of Italian & French Vila's posted on your garage
door have come to life.

corine @ hidden in france

awww, guys, that is so sweet. Okay, ready set go, I'm taking the old trowel out of hibernation this week-end!


You must definetly enter the competition...your garden is gorgeous...well done for getting through such an ordeal..xox

Barb McMahon

What an amazing transformation! Definitely enter that contest!


Yes, yes, yes!!! You must absolutely enter. Your garden looks A to the AMAZING!!!.

(I've just done a little post about our new garden - we ended up with nice landscapers, though we did all the planting etc to save money - but now I'm feeling embarrassed in comparison with yours...)


I'm glad that everything turned out well in the end and your garden is truly beautiful. I wish mine looked like that. You should definitely enter the makeover competition!!! And thank, thank you so much for giving me the You Make My Day award:)

Di Overton

Wow I think I'll go and find a crap landscape gardener if you end up being as green fingered as you did. Amazing garden you should be so proud.


wonderful ! J'ai du mal à trouver les mots en anglais, bref ton jardin est superbe ! N'hésite pas à concourir pour le magazine ! Moi je n'ai pas la main verte :-(


ABSOLUTELY enter your garden! what a story, that is terrible. but i love your silver lining outlook. and your garden looks divine - my favorite is the hanging vine over the edge of the gutter (sorry for my ignorance of plant names!) - it looks like dripping water, like a rainforest - very beautiful. you should be very proud, and i am VERY impressed.

kari & kijsa

What a blessing that the landscaper didn't work out...truly wonderful...

smiles, kari & kijsa

Maryam in Marrakech

oh my goodness........your place looks amazing. And I can imagine it felt so vindicating to sue and win!!! The justice system in Morocco is not what it should be - so that is not an option. I just need someone new.......quick!


Corine, You are SOO talented! I don't have a green thumb but have always admired plants and gardens. The plants around your house look Gorgeous!

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