Beginners Pond

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    I thought I would share with everyone what my pond has become after about 3 years(2007). The pond originally started as being bored one weekend during the summer home from college. She is slowing coming, very slowly. I will need to take some update pictures with the plants once I put them in soon. Suggestions are always welcome. Enjoy

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    Any advice on how to upload pictures would help. As it keeps saying upload fail. Thanks
     
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    up load em on photobucket and the copy and paste the "IMG Code" in ur post
     
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    lets try this again

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    looks good
     
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    Looks good, What a spray on that waterfall!
     
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    Pond looks great but are you going to add more water to cover up the rest of the liner?
     
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    looks like ur duckys are drownding
     
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    these pictures are from about 3 years ago. I need to take more recent pictures.

    Stouty109: I always have a bunch of flotaing rubber ducts in the pond, the fish push them around some times.

    Daytongirl: Yes, I do have more water in it now.


    I will have to take some more pictures once I get it all cleaned up and the plants installed this year.

    Brian
     
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    yea do that brian i look forward to seeing it
     
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    Looks great, I can't wait to see more recent pictures!
     
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    Its been a while and I kept meaning to upload new pictures. Here are two new ones. I need to try and spruce it up and make it look more presentable and pleasing to the eye. All suggestions are welcome. Enjoy

    Brian

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    Brian-
    Love the Hostas! You can divide those in the fall and have twice as many to soften the edge of your rocks. Is that a day lily in the back or is it an iris? Day lilies are very inexpensive, come in all different colors and are super hardy. I have tons in my backyard and am able to give some away every year to friends. I bet the lanterns add a nice glow to the water at night. Great job!
     
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    Nice looking pond. I like lighting around the pond also. Good job ...
     
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