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  • Flower Mound plans flora for its medians

    Flower Mound plans flora for its medians

    By Wendy Hundley / The Dallas Morning News

    Flower Mound could become more flowery under a proposal to landscape median strips and rights of way throughout the southern Denton County town.

    Officials have begun drafting a master plan for these areas and held a public meeting this week to outline proposals to create a unified landscaping design.
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    “We’re trying to take medians and rights of way to the next level,” said Jack Jones, the town’s director of parks and recreation.

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  • Women collaborate on landscaping Ridglea Hills home on Luther Lake in Fort Worth

    Women collaborate on landscaping Ridglea Hills home on Luther Lake in Fort Worth
    By Carol Miller / The Dallas Morning News

    FORT WORTH – When Julie Shoptaugh saw the Ridglea Hills house on Luther Lake in West Fort Worth, she saw an opportunity to put her stamp on the property.

    “The location was good, the bones of the house were good, the lake was good,” Shoptaugh says.

    She loves the neighborhood. “It reminded me of Pittsburgh,” Shoptaugh says, where she had lived before buying the house in 2006. “The Ridglea Hills area really does have hills. Having a lake in an urban area, with views of the lake from the bedroom, the living room, the dining room, the pool, is so, so unique.”

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  • Harbor residents want promised landscaping improvements

    By Richard Abshire / The Dallas Morning News
    July 26, 2009

    Mike Hargreaves, a homeowner near the swanky Harbor development at Lake Ray Hubbard, wants the trees back.

    Hargreaves designed his “nest” for wife Frances 11 years ago, a 4,000-square-foot custom home in Rockwall with a panoramic lake view. It was the view, including large trees not far from the shoreline, that first attracted them, he said.

    But the trees are gone. Now the view is of a hotel and a parking lot, with bits of lake on either side.

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  • Spring: Is There Anything Else Like It?

    For us Hyperboreans, there’s nothing else like spring. Our strength drained by 3 months of winter, we now suddenly feel a surge of energy. Stepping outside, we find presents strewn all over to mark our recovery, such as magnolias.

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