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Summer Fashion

8/1/2014 10:34:00 AM

Tags: Metal Sun, Caladium, Brenda

Caladium goatee – it’s all the rage this summer! 

sun plant 

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8/1/2014 4:24:01 PM
Brenda, welcome to Cappers blogging community. Your sun with a beard is kind of interesting. I'm not real big on yard or garden art and really the only yard art I have is a swingset and a free standing tree house. Well, there is a miniature windmill. Does that count? I have intentions of making three scarecrows for my big garden called Terra Nova Gardens. There will be a father, mother, and child. However, it just never seems to get to the top of the ToDo list. ***** Have a great summer fashion day.

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