They aren't afraid of change

  • Article by: BILL WARD , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 30, 2012 - 2:27 PM

A Golden Valley duo have created a gorgeous haven, but they're constantly working to enhance it.

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suefranpatOct. 18, 11 8:28 PM

Positively gorgeous. Thanks for the inspiration!

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susierOct. 18, 1110:31 PM

yay Kevin and Cooper! Gorgeous. Now, let's CELEBRATE! :)

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mensanOct. 19, 11 6:39 AM

As a lazy, low-maintenance-loving gardener, I can't see past all the work to enjoy the appearance. It's a great hobby while one's body can keep up--Enjoy! I'm transitioning to less intensive gardening methods due to health, age, and changing interests.

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kathleenobOct. 19, 11 9:09 AM

So beautiful, a well loved garden and retreat.

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crychangOct. 19, 11 9:21 AM

Please move in next door to me!

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mjohnson2469Oct. 19, 11 9:32 AM

GUYS - That looks outstanding! Wish I had a yard like that, or enough caffeine to reproduce that energy level. WEEK - Thank you for not being MONDAY anymore.

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smwb23Oct. 19, 1110:11 AM

It's cool to hear that it's a work-in-progress. Makes it somehow seem more attainable for those of us without crazy gardening skills. :) Nice work!

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carlbsOct. 19, 1112:01 PM

I love the layout, but alas I'm not one for knickknacks either inside or out. My idea of a fantastic garden is to mimic a natural scene. Think red and white pines with pine straw on the ground and an artificial stream running through it with native aquatic plants like water lilies and arrowroot...incorporating mysterious paths with stopping areas planted with native plants like lilies and Sumac. But for it's genera, that is a beautiful garden fellas.

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