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A whimsical, colorful place to relax

6:31 PM, Jul. 27, 2013
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When the school year is finished, kindergarten teacher Renee Larson works eight hours a day in her gardens at 1252 Bay Shore Drive. She has a hard time deciding which is the more rewarding job.

Seven years ago, Larson purchased her home on a corner, double lot with two large mulberry trees. It quickly became a whimsical, colorful place to relax. It was also the perfect setting to showcase her daughter Jenna's fused glass art work.

Larson experiments with many plants, but hostas, most from friends and family, are her favorites. Against this multi-green backdrop are perennials such as peonies, ...

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