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Monday, July 30, 2012

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Lisa at Greenbow

You can tell an artist lives here. I am with you about the totem. It is fab. Seeing these quilts in the garden reminds me of the 'Quilt Garden' that is in the NC Arboretum. They have an area planted with a quilt pattern. You can view it from up above. Very striking.

Barbara H.

Very cool totem - especially with the bird house on top.

Altoon

The totem is absolutely marvelous. I love the ladle and thermometer stuck into the cement.

Jim/ArtofGardening.org

That's a sweet totem and it's a home-made gift from friends? All the nicer.

Linda Brazill

I like the idea of planting in a quilt pattern since obviously you cant leave the quilts out except when company is coming!

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