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A TRUE ORIGINAL

While a construction site of hard-packed clay and rubble would be an eyesore for most, for Mark Bell from Bell Landscapes, it was a blank canvas full of exciting potential. Taking maxiumum advantage of the open space allotted for the garden, Mark decided to divide it

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