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Adding a garden pond to your landscape is an effective way to increase property value and aesthetic appeal to your backyard. The sound of flowing wate...
Analyze the space you have chosen for a pond. Are there trees, rocks or special soil conditions to think about? Can these items be removed or worked i...
Begin the excavation. If a smaller water feature is being constructed, a depth of three to five feet is ideal. If a hard tub liner is needed, slide th...
Attach the pump. Some tubs have a pump outlet hole for the associated tubes and cords. You will need to find an inconspicuous space among the water pl...
Add the water plants. Remember to be consistent with your choice of plants around your pond. If you are in a dry climate, you will probably not use fe...
Turn on the water and test out your new garden pond. Make any last minute changes that you deem necessary.
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