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The Garden of Len Geiger - Image Gallery

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Here is the image gallery of Len Geiger's spectacular, extraordinary garden in Vista, California, in full Pandovision(tm).

Pictures were taken yesterday during a Hibiscus Society tour when a few Palmtalkers were able to sneak in as well.

Special thanks to Len  @LJG for opening up his amazing property and allowing me to post the images here for all of us to enjoy.

 

If you prefer (or if you're using a mobile phone), you can browse the entire album HERE (http://imgur.com/a/HPoN8)

 

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