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Historic 1855 Italianate in need of TLC

By: HerbsNRoses

Created: Jan 8, 2013

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We bought this house two years ago and have been dividing our time between the inside of the house and the lawn and gardens. I am the yard person in this family and since moving here I have hurt my foot and I really need help with ideas on what to do with the steep side-yard slope to avoid having to mow that area.

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