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You have to let go of perfections. Especially as disabled gardeners, we need to adjust our ideas about gardens. People think a garden has to be weed free and perfectly orderly to be beautiful or productive. It doesn't. The wilder a garden is, the easier it is to maintain"
Jean L. French, a gardener and garden blogger from Janesville, Calif.

 

 

 

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