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May 21, 2012

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s. thompson summa

This is a hopeful thrust. How true that beauty in landscapes can nurture not only the emotions but the body as well. I hope the U.S. can move forward in this!

Garden Designers

A therapeutic landscape designs makes the mind feel fresh and attracts the eyes toward itself.
Your project of "hospice" sounds really great, i hope its a blessing in disguise for the terminally ill people.

~Aansy Stone

Drew Byrne

The most therapeutic landscape first takes shape in the mind... and then blooms in the heart.

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