Its finally spring in my pond!

Discussion in 'Water Gardening' started by mondotomhead, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. Jewell

    Jewell Incorrigible Gardener Plants Contributor

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    You have an awesome pond. What a great size. It will landscape itself (with your eye for design and detail) now that you have set such a wonderful foundation with the waterfall, rocks and surround. Can't wait to see it as it matures.
     
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    mondotomhead New Seed

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    Thank you very much Jewell. We still have a huge pile of sandy rocks just to the right of the pond which we cannot figure out how to get rid of. I can barely shovel the stuff :-? I think I just might level it out and cover it with compost.

    I just love my pond. I can go to it 10 times a day and there is always something different going on in it or around it. It is totally fascinating and by far the best thing I've ever done.
     
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    I know what you mean. Even my little old one makes me feel the same way. Getting to see the birds visiting and bathing is just too cool. I only wish I had made it too deep for the critters to use as a fish mart. Yours looks perfect for depth and size.
     
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    that is a great idea, the plastic ball!

    C. Johnson



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