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Discussion in 'Water Features' started by drsogr, Mar 14, 2006.
Here is a picture of my first pond. I am going back in a couple of weeks to landscape around it.
Here is another pic.
I would call that very very nice..but wont the pine straw blow in it?Thats a good job man!
Thanks she. This is cypress mulch...its not pine straw. A little may make it into the pond, but chances are not very much.
We are putting landscaping around it which should help a lot, not to mention the watering.
Pond looks great, now if my pond turns out half as good as that I will be doing great. One question though, youIr water looks really dirty. Is the pic just after being filled or do you just not do any treatment to your pond?
I didn't clean the rocks properly.....all of the dirt should settle in the next few days. I set them up on proper water treatments.
thats pretty cool. Got any pictures during construction and of the plumbing? What pump you run ?