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Tuesday, 15 October 2013

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Belinda Morgan

What did you use for edging of pond?

G. Esmeralda

Muito legal!

Pond Paint

Lovely blog, Wildlife is very important and ponds commonly become the center for this. so keep your pond alive with Pondpro2000.

Geosynthetic Systems

Fantastic, Your article is very informative. You have described the installation process perfectly with the help of picture-gallery. Good Luck with the upcoming updates.

Kate Kirkwood

Gosh, I wish I'd seen this before I made my own little pond. I would have appreciated seeing your techniques for edging and obscuring the pond liner with a two tier approach, and also for the gravel 'beach' merging into the lawn without the danger of seepage.
It's lovely. Wonder how it looks nowadays.

claudia de Yong

Thank you Ian!

Figgy

Great post, love the finished result.

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