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A green event gets greener

Psychotherapist Jill Nooney, 59, began making whimsical garden art from recycled junkyard finds 30 years ago to decorate her extensive gardens in Lee, N.H. Psychotherapist Jill Nooney, 59, began making whimsical garden art from recycled junkyard finds 30 years ago to decorate her extensive gardens in Lee, N.H. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff)
March 6, 2008

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One of the city's most colorful annual events is going green. The theme of the New England Spring Flower Show - which starts Saturday and continues through March 16 at the Bayside Expo Center - is "Rhapsody in Green." Thanks to innovative interpretations by many exhibitors, including a few featured here, this may be the most eco-friendly show in the ... (Full article: 889 words)

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