Personally I would build a new pond with a new liner, use the old liner for a small bog, a small pond that waterfalls into the new big pond.can I (without too much headaches) connect my pre-formed Home Depot liner to an added, hand dug pond behind it? sort of an enlargement, or should I just do a larger pond from scratch?
The agapanthus can go, the pit behind the pond is where the birch trees were, and omg, the redwoods, when I planted them I was taller than they.Personally I would build a new pond with a new liner, use the old liner for a small bog, a small pond that waterfalls into the new big pond.
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Post some pictures of your pond when you can and the area you are working with
Good question. I wonder as well. I wouldn't use a torch. A heat gun used carefully sounds like a good plan. Low heat and far distance at first. Real gradual with the heat and distance.Would a preformed pond melt if heated? Could you take a heat gun or torch and form a lower section to be able to drain into the new pond? I know you can with the plastic 55 gallon drums.
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