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They grow enough fruit and vegetables to share their bounty with neighbors and the local food bank. (Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times) The Graces bought their home in 1987, in large part because they loved the setting. Then they bought the house next door, which they rent out, so they had more room to garden. Now ขอนแก่นโฮเต็ล a sunny, 60-square-foot potager is at the heart of the garden. The raised beds, some built of stone and others of wood, are fitted with drip irrigation and laid out geometrically. Planned for form and color as well as food production, the potagers design was inspired by

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