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Real Estate - May 13, 2011

Good for the garden, good for the planet

Ten Palo Alto gardens are featured on Bay-Friendly Garden Tour

by Carol Blitzer

Thirty years ago Kathleen Craig moved into the home that had been in her husband Roger's family since the 1950s. The turn-of-the-century house, located across the street from San Francisquito Creek, sat on about a third of an acre — most of it dirt and a few large, mature trees.

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Associate Editor Carol Blitzer can be e-mailed at cblitzer@paweekly.com.

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