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Turn on the water and test out your new garden pond. Make any last minute changes that you deem necessary.
Emma, that is a very nice pond! I can feel stress melting away just by looking at the photo. <br>However, I must agree with the others: as this is not your own work, you should have given the original author credit as andytt11 has done below. If you actually built this pond yourself, a pictorial &quot;diary&quot; of you doing so would have been better - we could otherwise have just gone to the watergarden.com site for the same instructions. <br>Don't let that stop you making more Instructables, but do remember intellectual property rights. Cheers.
Wow this is beautiful. I will do this and be able to save a lot on <a href="http://www.konalandscape.com/pond-repair.html" rel="nofollow">pond repair peoria</a>. This is really cool..
cool but what do you use to keep the water in and how mutch was that
thank you for sharing :) i am excited about building a pond!<br><br> but plagiarism is no good. *shakes head*
&nbsp;I have seen this before somewhere; is this your <a href="http://watergarden.com/pages/build_wg.html" rel="nofollow">original work</a>?<br /> <br />
Beautiful!<br /> 2&nbsp;questions: Where are you situated and what plants did you used?
&nbsp;you should at least tell us were you &quot;got&quot; your info from&nbsp;<br /> <a href="http://watergarden.com/pages/build_wg.html" rel="nofollow">watergarden.com/pages/build_wg.html</a><br />
How much would you estimate this cost? :) --Devorah
Nice and informative, good job. Better than what I see most people do, which is dig a hole, put down some plastic sheets and fill it up.

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