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Go Wild With A Wildlife Garden

Wildlife gardens have gained a lot of popularity as general sentiments have shifted towards conservationism, endangered bird and insect species and the recreation of ecosystems to help their survival. Wildlife gardens can be immensely satisfying, and they are projects that the whole family can get…
Guest
November 12, 2013
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Closing Down Your Pool for the Winter

When the weather starts to cool down and the sun sets earlier in the evening it is a sure sign that it is that time of year once again. It is time to close down your source for summer fun, your swimming pool. The time…
Butch
October 25, 2013
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How To Choose The Right Pond Liner?

For those who are serious about aquatic wildlife, it makes sense to capture that enthusiasm with your very own piece of nature. What better way to do so than having your own pond? Like any peaceful body of water, this can become a place where…
Guest
April 2, 2013
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Build a Backyard Waterfall and Stream

Nature is beautiful. Everything that projects this wonderful serenity of nature is also great. Waterfalls and green growth around are spectacular. Now it is possible for us to build a backyard waterfall and stream in our home. It complements other features and also provides a…
Tressy
March 28, 2013
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Pool Maintenance Essentials

Pool maintenance is very important and cannot be ignored. You should clean your pool regularly as they are open water systems that are prone to rain, snow, insects, debris and insects among others. Moreover, fallen leaves as well as other organic matter inside the pool…
Wellback
March 13, 2013
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Tips for Planning Your Pool

Though planning and building a pool can be an exciting experience for the people who know how to tackle the things but if you are not familiar with the things then you should read out tips planning pool provided in this article. You should be…
Wellback
March 13, 2013
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Six Tips For Natural Looking Water Features

By Ben Bowen All water features have similar “bones”. How you flesh them out makes the difference. In the last two decades the landscape water feature has become a common element in residential designs. As a result, more and more landscapers and homeowners are trying…
NWwatergardens
January 2, 2013
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Are Pond Liners Toxic?

The above question is very important especially when you are building a pond to hold plant or animal life. If the liner turns out to be toxic, you cannot successfully keep aquatic plants or animals in it. This therefore means that you will not achieve…
Guest
November 29, 2012
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Why I love Colored Pond Liner

When creating the perfect pond for your yard, it is important to take a number of factors into consideration. First of all, you need to decide where you want to place your pond, how large it will be and what you will use for its…
Guest
September 24, 2012
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Pond Liners: the Hole Story

Sometimes I get calls from people who have purchased a new home with an old pond that has a big problem. The number one complaint is that it will not hold water; second is that the water is green; third is that the rock work…
Butch
February 17, 2009
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How to Build a Garden Fish Pond

Building a pond is a big undertaking that involves a fair amount of hard work and, as it will be a permanent feature of your garden, it is worthwhile spending some time in the planning stage. So before you rush into the garden with a…
Butch
February 17, 2009
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Pond Liners: 7 Reasons Why I Don’t Use Them

1. Liners will eventually leak.Manufacturers have varying warranties, ranging from 15 to 30 years, with a 75-year life expectancy. In reality, it will definitely last as long as the guarantee claims as long as you leave it in the box, and store it in your…
Butch
February 15, 2009
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What Are The Best Pond Filters?

Although a natural pond does not require the use of a pond filter a man made pond can only benefit from its use. Pond filters are designed to break down toxins within the water usually caused by decaying organic particles, if a pond filter is…
Butch
February 14, 2009