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Wednesday, 19 June 2013

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Raya Shaw

How much beauty in one post! Great photos :)))When I was growing up, my grandmother had a big iron cauldron (don't recall where she found it) sitting in the middle of her garden. It was about the size of the pot shown above, full of goldfish, elodea, water lilies, and whatever else found its way in there.It was lovely and low-maintenance, and it was all sorts of fun for us kids, too. I think I'll keep my eye out for just the right vessel..

Galvanised tank

WOW !! What a garden blog and wonderful shared to tips & ideas about to water garden, thanks author for rocking tropic

Wonderlawn

I like the idea of having a water feature that actually has some life to it. Fountains and ponds are often very sterile, because they are just slate or pebbles. Whereas these container gardens are bursting with life. I especially like the lilly in the water pot.

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