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  • Tanley Klassen

    Aquascape Your Landscape: Designing Your Dream Pond

  • Pornthida

    Dainty Forget-Me-Nots fringe one side of the pond, while a patio acts as the shoreline on the far side. Bringing the pond close to the house instead of tucking it in a far corner provides better opportunity for interaction and enjoyment.

  • Julie Rogers

    Waiting for the building project to get done so we can find a spot for our water feature!

  • Meesh

    Oh, how I miss our koi pond!

  • Kellie Stern

    water gardens

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