Lisa Paulson wrote:I think that plantings in yards could be both functional and a lot more aesthetically pleasing than this example. I can't believe some people have lovely gardened yards and have the bylaw enforcement after them and examples like this practically invite issue within an urban neighbourhood . It would have taken work to dig down and place the wood and covered it with soil in a more functional placement than that , planted nicely but it could have been executed far better in my opinion and should have been in consideration of the urban neighbours and perhaps elicit interest from them in transforming their own yards.
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