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HOME BY DESIGN|
APRIL MAY 2003
1
Gardens and flowers havea way of bringing people
together
,drawingthem from their homes.
MOMENTS
GARDEN
Gardeners are - let’s face it - control freaks. Who else would willingly spend his
leisure hours
 wresting weeds out of the ground,blithely making life or death decisions about living beings, movingearth from here to there, changing the course of waterways? Themore one thinks about it, the odder it seems; this compulsion toremake a
little corner of the planet
accordingtosome plan or vision.
~Abby Adams,What is a Garden Anyway ~Clare Ansberry,The Women of Troy Hill 
 
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HOME BY DESIGN|
APRIL MAY2003
6DESIGNER’S CORNER
Melissa Galt shares with HBD thewonder of color.
11COOKING
Cooking with the season’s best andfreshest ingredients.
36CRAFTS
Window box garden.
42GALLER
Master woodworker Craig Parker.
46DESTINATIONS
Relax and rejuvenate in a 19th centurytudor mansion.
DEPARTMENTS
16A SELF TAUGHT GARDNER
Sydney Eddison shares her journey.
20SUBTROPICAL GARDEN
A room-by-room stroll through aMediterranean masterpiece.
24ROOFTOP GARDEN
Fresh veggies and flowers in the Cityof Brotherly Love.
28A SECRET GARDEN
Katie Ukrop shares her private garden.
32CHALLENGES BECOME OPPORTUNITIES
Transforming a suburban yard into a livable garden.
40SEA OF PAPER
Learn how to organize your clutter.
FEATURES
CONTENTS
APRIL|MAY|2003
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ON THE COVER
Lush perennial garden in Connecticut.
Story on page 16.
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HOME BY DESIGN|
APRIL MAY 2003
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APRIL|MAY|2003
PUBLISHER
TWENTY-TWO FIVE, LLC
EDITOR
BRANDON LEE
GARDENING FEATURE CONSULTANT
NAN STERMAN
CREATIVE TEAM
SHANNON KALOPER, MEGHAN LEE,LAURA SWAYNE
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
CATRIONA TUDOR ERLE, CYNTHIATOWNLEY EWER, KIM FUQUA,MELISSA GALT, CHRIS ROMAN,NAN STERNMAN, RHONDA SWAYNEY, REBECCA SWEAT, CHRISA. VERSTRAETE, PHIL WOOD
CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS
CATRIONA TUDOR ERLE,WILL GULLETTE, SEAN HARTNEE, KATHI INGLESBY, JONKOWNACKI, RICH POMERANTZ, ROBERT THIENE, PHIL WOOD
TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR
SEAN HARTNEE
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PAT MONTGOMERY 
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Real Estate Agents or Mortgage lenders who are interested in usingHome By Design in their marketing plans,please contact our salesoffice at 877-423-4567.Copyright 2002 Twenty-Two Five,LLCAll Rights ReservedRecipients of Home By Design magazine receive their subscription as acourtesy of a real estate professional or mortgage lender.The Home ByDesign magazine program is an exclusive marketing program createdbyTwenty-Two Five,LLC.Twenty-Two Five,LLC has contracted with allreal estate professional and mortgage lender clients that Twenty-TwoFive,LLC will not use the supplied mailing list for any other purposesother than to mail copies of Home By Design magazine.Your mailinginformation will never be leased,sold,traded or used for any otherpurposes.For more information on our mailing list policy or for more informationon Twenty-Two Five,LLC and our Home By Design magazine program,please contact our office at 208-676-0569.

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