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A drought-tolerant English garden? Toluca Lake makeover manages to keep things green

For Sherman Oaks-based designer Karen Tandy, interior and exterior design work together in creating an inviting home base. “They work hand in hand,” Tandy says. “People need to look at a home’s architecture when they landscape.”      So, when a Toluca Lake couple hired Tandy to help them with their...
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