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Christiane und Gilles Appert are justly proud of their garden in Normandy. After all -- they created everything with their own hands. But the now idyllic house and garden didn't look so promising when they bought it in 1997. The house, a lovely stone "Manoir" from the 17th century, was in ruins and the 1,500 square metre garden was an overgrown wilderness.