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By Morgan Josey Glover
The strip of manicured lawn adjoining Drexel Road is a token to Bobbe Wright’s neighbors.
Three years ago, Wright started rescuing his front and backyards from what he considered a dull and useless grassy existence.
In its place he planted myriad fruits, vegetables and herbs: pear, peach and cherry trees; rosemary and lemon balm; cold-hardy kiwi, grapes and blackberries…
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