Pond liner attached to boulders


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There is a product call Rock on a Roll that you might try if you have trouble hiding the liner around the rock. Glue it on somehow and get some that's similar to the look of your rock in color. You could attach moss or plants to it perhaps. I have never used the stuff and not sure what it's capabilities are.
 
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Here is a video on someone who used rock on a roll. Looks like rock to me and looks like it is kinda pliable also for wrapping up against a big rock. You could cut it up in pieces to make it form around it better too.

 

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Just make sure the cut liner is significantly higher than the water level.
I would not even cut the liner until you have had the pond running for a bit. The pond seems to settle and eat up the liner edge like the pond is a liner muncher.
 
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Here is a video on someone who used rock on a roll. Looks like rock to me and looks like it is kinda pliable also for wrapping up against a big rock. You could cut it up in pieces to make it form around it better too.

I just ordered Rock on a Roll. Perfect solution. Thank you very much.
 
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