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Online Plea Spurs Gardeners To Aid Texas Woman

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Online Plea Spurs Gardeners To Aid Texas Woman

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Online Plea Spurs Gardeners To Aid Texas Woman

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Lilies bloom in Tracy Pruitt's garden. Gardeners from across Texas are helping her move the garden to a new home after Pruitt was forced out from her home. Tracy Pruitt for NPR hide caption

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Lilies bloom in Tracy Pruitt's garden. Gardeners from across Texas are helping her move the garden to a new home after Pruitt was forced out from her home.

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Tracy Pruitt's property manager gave her 30 days to leave her home of 2 1/2 years.

But what about the lush garden of shrubs, trees and beloved day lilies the East Texas woman planted and nurtured there?

Truitt posted a plea for help at an online gardener's forum and scores of gardeners from across Texas are helping her move them to her new home.

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