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Re: Better Gnomes In Gardens

	Garden Design magazine just had an article in the most recent issue 
about antique garden ornaments being stolen from peoples gardens.  
Cemetaries are also being looted of their statuary for the sake of the 
garden ornamentation.  
	I agree it is difficult to place ornamentation well.  It is something I 
wish I could incorporate more into my own garden.  I see many pieces I 
like, but can't figure out where and how I would use them.
	Oh well if they are going to be stolen then it is best I can't figure 
out how to use them!
Tom Micheletti
The Hosta Patch
Deer Park, IL
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