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A city staff member does some maintenance work the green wall, which is on the side of Semiahmoo Library earlier this summer. The living wall contains more than 10,000 plants, and often requires upkeep and replanting. - James Maclennan photo
A city staff member does some maintenance work the green wall, which is on the side of Semiahmoo Library earlier this summer. The living wall contains more than 10,000 plants, and often requires upkeep and replanting.
— image credit: James Maclennan photo

A city staff member does some maintenance work the green wall, which is on the side of Semiahmoo Library earlier this summer. The living wall contains more than 10,000 plants, and often requires upkeep and replanting.

 

 

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