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Our farm is broken into many gardens and I always feel strongly that each contains a spot to sit, ponder and escape.  At the back of our most mature food forest garden, we needed a place to simply be.  We all wanted something that would make you wander upon entering and a center that would, over time allow you to be completely enclosed; a very private green room.  It's now planted and we are patient~
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Looks really great and it is inspiring me to put one in at my place! I would love to have a space like that to escape to when life gets a little too crazy.
 
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