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I wasn't sure what to call it because I wasn't sure if it had already been named so I call it my hugelabyrinth.  I started building a labyrinth of hugel beds to form living labyrinth walls.  I got it rakedish just in time to spread clover seed to get watered by the rain.  The middle of this piece of labyrinth is called tire-mint mountain.  A mountain of tires with mint growing in it.
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