Issue 75 Fall 2012

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Cultivating Harmony: The Native Gardens of a Pasadena Bungalow
By Kathleen Donohue
Indigenous plants, fertile imaginations and generous spirits yield a spectacular garden to live in.

Going Native: Finding Plants that Belong in Your Bungalow Garden
Across the continent, the native plant movement is spreading. Here's how to join the fun.

The Storied Past of an Old Stone Barn
By Kathleen Donohue
With its unique history, this century-old complex of farm buildings has stories to tell and songs to sing.

New Wine In Old Bottles: The Art of Neighborhood Preservation
By James Winter and Robert Winter
How a Houston neighborhood of 1920's bungalows became the setting for a visionary artistic institution.

Spokane: Riverfront City of Parks and Bungalows
By John Luke
Gateway to the Inland Empire in the Craftsman era, the city helped spark the environmental movement in the '70s, reinventing itself in the process.

Bungalow on the River
By Kathy Morgan
Quality materials and thoughtful design house kept this comfortable bungalow serving its purpose for 90 years.

Rebirth in the Urban Village
By Douglas J. Forsyth
A 1914 stylish Craftsman residence for one of Detroit's elite business families, the stylish Martz House emerged from the Post-WW2 doldrums to embody today's hopes for renewal.


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