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Wild Iris Living is a design/consulting/maintenance business focusing on sustainable methods for the Xeric and edible landscape.
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Owner, Robyn Dolgin, writes a monthly gardening column for the Coloradoan, Design By Intention, teaches classes and sends out an informative quarterly e-newsletter, all with the spirit and beauty of Nature in mind. Visit www.WildIrisLiving.com for more information.
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