3 videos of natural looking waterfall and pond

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    Calgary_Aquaculture

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    this one seems to be broken half way through so you may have to fast forward. I will have to edit later.

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    sounds odd, but I love the look of the dry leaves floating in the water. This spring I will adding some duck weed. and some floating wood.

    enjoy
     
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    stroppy stroppy

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    lovely looking pond, but i would be careful with all those leaves they can be toxic to fish
     
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    DrDave Innovator Moderator

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    Bamboo could be used to hide that fence. Golden Bamboo is a clumper and grows to about 5-6 ft.
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    Now that pond took a lot of hard work and it looks great. Gotta have a dozer and tractor for that project [​IMG]
     
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    Love the way you split the waterfall so you have 2 sides to it and the pond is pretty and would love to see your fish and turtles and other stuff now thats a pond .
     
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