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    Default Rethinking a brownstone's backyard

    The garden designer Susan Welti, right, and her business partner, Paige Keck, check in on a backyard garden in Brooklyn that Ms. Welti modernized for her clients and friends Gigi Sharp and George Gilpin.











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    This is in NYC right??

    I likey personally. Hell, if I was down there, I'd take it in a second. I could totally chill

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    all i can see is rats hiding in the foliage.
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    I love city gardens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    all i can see is rats hiding in the foliage.
    Me too, and crawlies

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    i love this.
    those red wire mesh chairs are awesome!

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    me too!

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    gorgeous. want.
    i'd love to have a brownstone and a garden this big in NYC...
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    all i can see is rats hiding in the foliage.
    I'm pretty sure that's a kid.

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    Too dark and damp. I bet it doesn't get any sunlight even in summer.
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    good use of space. very nice.

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    Absolutely gorgeous.
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