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July 18, 5:43 PM [GMT -5]

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May 11, 9:29 PM [GMT -5]

Parkingviolation -- Check out plants specific to Utah's climate at the Utah Cooperative Extension website: http://extension.usu.edu/yardandgarden/

Looks like a great, attractive, and inexpensive project.

April 30, 12:19 PM [GMT -5]

I love this! My house has a very similar layout to the plans and I think I will mimic it. My only worry is that I live in Utah where the weather can go to the 100s in the summer and single digits in the winter. I wonder if the recommended plants can survive those extremes.

April 02, 2:33 PM [GMT -5]

Beautiful Entryway! We just fixed up our Entryway from our front lawn so everyone can see our New Garden Arbor. People compliment us a lot on our new Entryway and they think it is too expensive, but it was not at all! We chose to buy the Garden Arbor because it was inexpensive and easy to build and the benefits are worth it! http://www.foreverpatiofurniture.com

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