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Heart-shaped fruit pie and drinks on garden table

Heart-shaped fruit pie and drinks on garden table

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Photographer: © living4media / TT News Agency / Ericsson, Peter
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Print size: approx. 11.9 × 16.32 inch at 300 dpi
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Garden in Linköping

This Swedish garden is full of colour. One of the most useful structures is the porch the family built shortly after moving into the typical golden yellow frame house. It is lined with shelves where house plants spend their summer vacation. Despite the small area the owners planted trees to create a better micro-climate. They took advantage of the height to grow clematis and climbing roses.
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