Most gardeners after about 40 years in the asparagus patch begin to at least consider downsizing. You know, cutting back to only three-quarters of an acre of weeds, fewer disease-plagued rose bushes and compost-pile-death to those ever-needy iris and day lilies. The same with back-yard fountains. Sure, they offer bubbling sounds and elegant gushes of…

via Making Peter Great Again – One Fountain at a Time — Garden Rant

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