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Garden of Oz in Los Angeles, California

In 1991, Hollywood resident Gail Cottman purchased a small plot of land directly beneath her Hollywood Hills abode. Originally intended to house a patch of roses, Cottman’s flower garden soon grew into something much more spectacular, and magical, than she could have ever imagined. To build her garden, Cottman’s contractor, Manuel Rodriguez, placed her roses in a bed of concrete.
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