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Labryinth gardens

> question...does anyone have any kind of experience with labryinth
> gardens?

Melody, the Franciscan's at Prariewoods here in Cedar Rapids have had a
labryinth for serveral years, however it is stone and not plant material.
Here's a link to the website:


I think the general consensus of our group on non-stone layout = time
consuming!  Maybe your congregation would like to visit Prariewoods if the
picture on the website appeals to you (probably a little more than an hour
drive from Hills).  Let me know if you're going to make the trip and I'll
join you!
Iowa z4b

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