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Recent Comments

  1. IPA
    what an awesome reference of pond plants
  2. Rock
    I love your pond too much it's a "part of heaven"
  3. Nate
    @addy1 Thanks for the tips
  4. addy1
    The best is to dig out and start over. You can take the lower side and try to raise packing in dirt around the edge to reform it. But you might be adding stress points that might make it crack....
  5. Nate
    Half way through my first pond installation I realized it's not level anymore,any advise or just get to digging it out and starting all over again?

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