Nov. 2008: Apple Valley garden has its roots in WWII labor camp

  • Article by: Kim Ode , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 18, 2009 - 10:56 AM

The fragrant phlox spilling down the slope of Lucy Pacieznik's back yard in Apple Valley have their roots in a forced labor camp in Germany, where her Ukrainian mother first held her as a newborn in 1943.

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suefranpatNov. 12, 08 8:21 AM

Thanks for the day brightener. Spring can't be far away, can it????

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annieandbobNov. 14, 08 8:24 AM

Mom, it's amazing that your garden turned out as well as it did with all our football and soccer playing...there's a very unique sound that a ball makes when it smashes into a wall of plants...you could always hear it from the other side of the house...sorry! If you're looking for more about my mom and her garden, check out her garden blog at www.annieandbob.com Your boy, Bobby.

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fresnojoeNov. 15, 08 4:34 AM

Wonderful! God Is Good!

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