The Iowa Homemaker

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A fountain imposing enough for a Long Island estate, a sundial with too small a base, a heavy set of carved stone placed where there is no excuse for it except to furnish a good hard surface to bump into, a series of bird baths springing up like so many toadstools- these are a few of the mistakes frequently made in the placing of architectural features in small gardens.



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