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mveasey
I kept scrolling back to the pictures while I was reading so often because I had overlooked another amazing thing.
I think the most surprising/ingenious thing is the light fixture made out if the two lampshades.
The whole (lucky) house: Wow! Just terrific! Thanks for a feast for the eyes.
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madmeg
Rare is it when I see an idea book and wish for a floor plan and a virtual tour. This house leaves me wanting to see just a bit more. Outstanding!
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Lindsay
Instead of deleting photos, I recommend hiding second rate shots in iPhoto. That way browsing is easier, but you still have them all in one place in case you want to see them. Of course, a backup of everything is still a must.
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soufyaan
Simply Fantastic
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Living Space Landscapes
You had me at..."Hardy to -40 F".

In Minnesota, we are always looking for plants that decide to make a long term commitment after our harsh winters.
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sfskies
I checked my records. The species that I had was S. laciniatum, another prairie native that throughout the U.S. and into Canada. It is similar to S. perfoliatum, but has great foliage too. I think that's what drew me to it in the first place.
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