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Dennis and Danielle McClung bought a foreclosed home in Mesa, Ariz. Rather than filling the empty pool in the backyard with water or concrete, they turned it into a greenhouse which they call Garden Pool.

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Laura Cochrane

I’m an editor at MAKE and CRAFT. I like hiking, biking, and etymology.


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  1. Ummm…. how would you fill a home with water?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hey Make, a little copy-editing goes a LONG way…
    “Rather than filling it with water or concrete, they turned it into greenhouse which they call Garden Pool.”
    how about:
    Rather than filling the pool with water or concrete, they turned it into greenhouse which they call Garden Pool.
     

    1. Anonymous says:

      D’oh!

  3. AMalePoet says:

    You know you’re old when this reminds you of a Cheech and Chong film. They too used a “dry” swimming pool to grow things. But they used a blue tarp or other to camouflage an “herbal remedy” effort from being discovered by air.

  4. bobchrist488 says:

    nice post.turned the empty pool into greenhouse.very charming pictures.thanks for sharing.

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