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Repairing Damage to Plants & Garden Post Sandy

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Published on April 12, 2013 with 1 Comment

By Michele J. Kuhn

The battering of area properties by Super Storm Sandy has not been just to beaches, buildings, cars and boats. Gardens, plants, trees and shrubs have certainly been impacted too.

H&G-PLANTS14.12“I think everyone and everything has been so astonishingly devastated,” said Leeann Lavin, a garden and landscape

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  1. Thank you so very much for covering this important subject of post-Sandy garden repair. We love our Garden State gardens :) and they need all the love and smart care we can give them. They will reward us – in spades…
    And thank you for the news announcement for the Atlantic Highlands Historical Society last Wed. The talk about How to Design Kitchen Gardens – and about my book, The Hamptons & Long Island Homegrown Cookbook, was so successful – and I know you played a big part in alerting the interested, friendly audience – who were most keen to grow and eat fruits, herbs and vegetables grown for taste – not transport! Delicious, Garden State homegrown food is the ultimate luxury!

    And just to clarify please, my email is Leeann@duchess-designs.com

    Thank you again.

    The Homegrown Cookbook can be purchased at River Road Books in Fair Haven or online: (and let me know – I will autograph :)
    http://www.amazon.com/Hamptons-Long-Island-Homegrown-Cookbook/dp/0760337578/ref=la_B00703U2EY_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1366756092&sr=1-1

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