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June 06, 2003 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-06

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Opposite page Top left: Dr. David Lieberman and his wife, Anita, relax in their personal Garden of Eden. Top right: The front of the Lieberman house is a prelude
to the park-like settings that surround the home.
Birdhouses rise amid the flowering perennials. TP:F_ PAGE To
Large pink hollyhocks add striking
color. Top right Impatiens and salvia grace the border of the front garden. F3 ,-, t`nr-r.
Mosaic garden stones and statuary complement the abundant flowering
plants. Bottom right: A waterfall, with cannas and a variety of grasses, adds to the restful calm.

STYLE AT THE JN • JUNE 2003 • 1 1

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