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  • The von Franqué and Daerr garden in Los Osos

    Eva von Franqué and Marlis Daerr's garden in Los Osos is full of color, accented with fruit trees, glass sculptures and a fountain. It's also practical, collecting rainwater for irrigation. This is one of four gardens that will be featured in the upcoming Morro Bay branch of American Association of University Women Garden Tour.

Eva von Franqué and Marlis Daerr's garden in Los Osos is full of color, accented with fruit trees, glass sculptures and a fountain. It's also practical, collecting rainwater for irrigation. This is one of four gardens that will be featured in the upcoming Morro Bay branch of American Association of University Women Garden Tour. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Eva von Franqué and Marlis Daerr's garden in Los Osos is full of color, accented with fruit trees, glass sculptures and a fountain. It's also practical, collecting rainwater for irrigation. This is one of four gardens that will be featured in the upcoming Morro Bay branch of American Association of University Women Garden Tour. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

The von Franqué and Daerr garden in Los Osos is inviting yet practical

February 02, 2016 06:10 PM

UPDATED February 02, 2016 06:20 PM