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Foundation is the Key to Protect Garden’s In Winter

May 21st, 2013
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Snow is a rare event in Atlanta and even the smallest bit will cause mayhem for a day. However, six inches of snow turning to ice is enough to shut the city down for a week. Like most of Atlanta, we are also suffering from cabin fever so really enjoy hearing from you. Penelope Malone […]

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Longing for a Lawn, Turf Grass from Ponte Verdra

May 16th, 2013
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Ponte Verdra Inn & Club, has always been a beautiful resort in North East Florida. On a cool, breezy day in March it absolutely sparkled. In particular, the dark green, finely textured grass in the front of the inn caught my eye. It was smooth as a carpet and as finely textured as any lawn […]

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Trident Pruning A Work of Art at The High Museum

May 15th, 2013
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If you’re an art enthusiast, as many of us at Gardens to Love are, then you have probably been to The High Museum of Art. The High has several ways to access the main entrance, including a side path from 16th Street. This auxiliary entrance takes you from 16th Street, past a trident maple tree, […]

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Christmas in San Miguel

May 6th, 2013
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A living wreath for Christmas in MexicoAlmost every Christmas, Marcia and her husband, Charlie, escape the cold Atlanta winter and fly to their home in San Miguel, Mexico. San Miguel is located in central Mexico about 170 miles from Mexico City. Marcia and Charlie love the city’s rich culture and bustling atmosphere. San Miguel is […]

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