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A Lexington homeowner’s green thumb extends to stone walls, walks, and other wonders.

Flagstone paths, gravel and bluestone seating areas, and a natural-looking waterfall are just a few of the garden’s stone features. (Photos by Michael J. Lee) Flagstone paths, gravel and bluestone seating areas, and a natural-looking waterfall are just a few of the garden’s stone features.
By Estelle Bond Guralnick
April 11, 2010

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