My new completed pond


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I’m a rather pond newbie but just wanted to show some step by step photos of my pond I’ve been working on since last November and I think I finally got it completed. Thanks to many of your help!(you know who you are). Now I just have to wait until my plants fill in, they are mostly self propagated so gotta wait a while until it gets bigger. The last 2 pics show the front and back of the pond. Too bad I can’t post videos here since I wanted to show my small waterfalls
 

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Just wanted to show some step by step photos of my pond I’ve been working on since last November and I think I finally got it completed. Thanks to many of your help!(you know who you are). Now I just have to wait until my plants fill in, they are mostly self propagated so gotta wait a while until it gets bigger.
ah, don't see any pics of the new pond! Didcha forget to post 'em? :D :D :D
 

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Nice looking pond, now you get to sit back and enjoy it.
 
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FOR VIDEOS YOU GO TO YOU TUBE MAKE A FREE ACCOUNT UPLOAD A VIDEO ONCE DONE COPY YJE ADDRESS AND ADD IT TO A POST HERE. ENJOY YOUR NEW OBCESSION
 
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Thanks, it’s right next to my patio too so everyone can sit and enjoy the calming sounds of water. So as for filtration… I was originally going to make this a still, bog/aquatic based pond that attracts wildlife but at the last minute(after 90% was done) I decided I wanted to hear the sounds of water, especially since it’ll be right next to my patio so I got a pump in and made a waterfall. So I was late in making that decision, otherwise I probably would’ve put in a filter. I scoop up debris time to time with my pond net but not so often, and my pump is still running great after about a month. I think I can deal with a filter less pond.
 
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