Critter Screen House

Atlanta gardener Carmen Collins had a critter problem in her backyard garden. So, she decided to enclose her entire garden in a screen room that kept the critters out, but also expressed her style and affection for gardening.

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Carmen's Command to Live

A planter above the screen room's front door is inscribed with the word "LIVE" which Carmen says is "both a command for what's growing inside, as well as a peacekeeping promise for the critters we agree to feed from the outside."

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