Backyard water garden build begins!


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Beautiful morning. Was able to add a bunch of native plants to the pond and garden. Should look great once it all starts to fill in.

 

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Damn, looking so good. I’m jealous of your mature trees. Someone cut down the ones in our yard about 5 years before we arrived.

Just noticed your pond excavation is really close to one of your trees. Did you have to remove any primary roots?
 
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Thank you! and yes I had to do some root clearing. I had to take down two trees as well. One of them was a nice Japanese maple which was a bit disappointing, but I wanted to stick to all native plants. The mountain laurel I planted is essentially the big showy piece that replaces the Japanese maple, but is native.
 

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