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The front beds were getting out of hand. The beloved former owner of Dismal Manor worked for Naval Facilities Command. Every construction project ended with surplus landscaping material, some of which found its way into the Dismal Manor beds without regard to what it would be when fully grown. The result was a row of Leland Cypress that would eventually close the side street, a row of ligustrums behind them, and acuba planted under the carport canopy. Over the years we have been removing this wrong plant wrong place material. It was now time to do some right plant, right place planting.