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Pacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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Prairie Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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reach 4 feet. Colors include white, pink, blue and all shades of purple; flowers appear in late spring. They are a good choice for along the edges of ponds. In areas with warm summers, give then some light shade or filtered afternoon sun. Plant 2 inches deep and 1 1/2 feet apart, with the leaf ends pointed
reach 4 feet. Colors include white, pink, blue and all shades of purple; flowers appear in late spring. They are a good choice for along the edges of ponds. In areas with warm summers, give then some light shade or filtered afternoon sun. Plant 2 inches deep and 1 1/2 feet apart, with the leaf ends pointed
rival the color range of the bearded irises and grow 2 to 5 feet tall. True to their native habitat, they want a lot of moisture and do well along ponds in neutral to acidic soil. Plant 1 inch deep and 1 1/2 to 2 feet apart. They generally like full sun, but give them light shade if the summer heat is
“Deer resistant plant = iris” — kkaccordion
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Highland Park Residence 3
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commercial plantings — anywhere from retention ponds to parking lot medians. Cypresses are known for developing buttressed trunks and knobby roots that protrude from the soil, but they'll keep their roots below the soil as long as floods aren't frequent. Pond cypress (Taxodium ascendens, zones 5b to 9b)
commercial plantings — anywhere from retention ponds to parking lot medians. Cypresses are known for developing buttressed trunks and knobby roots that protrude from the soil, but they'll keep their roots below the soil as long as floods aren't frequent.Pond cypress (Taxodium ascendens, zones 5b to 9b)
“Baldcypress” — gnarledpaw
Outdoor Magic, Inc.
Backyard Waterfalls Into Ponds
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The waterfall pond as a centerpiece
Nice Waterfall and pond
Backyard Waterfalls Into Ponds
pond and waterfall...koi fish pond...koi pond...pond design...pond installation...waterfall into pond
“Just like this” — lbeen1977
Deck and Patio Company "Outdoor Living Experts"
6 Reviews
Twin ponds, one pond for fish, and one pond for water plants
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Twin ponds, one pond for fish, and one pond for water plants
water if you include the swimming pool. Our client wanted 2 ponds, one for fish only and one for a water garden plants. What happened was surprising. The lower pond was the fish pond (it made sense, the fish might swim down stream into the lower pond if it was the other way around). However I was shocked
jumping over the waterfall stone and swimming up stream and into the upper pond. I guess you can't beat mother nature. This project shows that you do not have to have a lot of slope in your yard to have a beautiful watergarden. This pond project won an International award from the Association of Pool and Spa
“Pond” — hchen_usa
Deck and Patio Company "Outdoor Living Experts"
6 Reviews
Twin ponds, one pond for fish, and one pond for water plants
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Twin ponds, one pond for fish, and one pond for water plants
water if you include the swimming pool. Our client wanted 2 ponds, one for fish only and one for a water garden plants. What happened was surprising. The lower pond was the fish pond (it made sense, the fish might swim down stream into the lower pond if it was the other way around). However I was shocked
jumping over the waterfall stone and swimming up stream and into the upper pond. I guess you can't beat mother nature. This project shows that you do not have to have a lot of slope in your yard to have a beautiful watergarden. This pond project won an International award from the Association of Pool and Spa
“Estanque3” — castellanos1
BJL Aquascapes
7 Reviews
Pondless Waterfalls, Disappearing Waterfalls, Low Maintenance Landscape Edition
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build a pond, that’s ok! If you leave enough room around the base of the waterfall, it’s easy to add a pond onto a Pondless Waterfall. Complete System It might be difficult to imagine a waterfall and stream without a pond. Where does the water go? A Pondless Waterfall works much like a regular pond. The
without the presence of a pond. You can enjoy the sight and sound of running water without the maintenance of a pond. The waterfall is undoubtedly the most beautiful and favored feature in a water garden. If space is lacking in your yard or you have safety concerns with a pond, go Pondless! The name
explains it all. It’s a waterfall and stream, without the pond. So why would you want a waterfall without a pond? The truth is that a Pondless Waterfall isn’t for everyone, but it can be a great alternative for someone who isn’t quite sure if a pond is right for their family. Safety Because there is no
“pondless waterfall” — atexanne
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
24 Reviews
A backyard to relax in.
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A back yard pond design off a patio. A stepping stone bridge was built to appear to float taking you down through the gardens to the main lawn area. The perimeter has been lushly planted with perennials, ferns & hostas. This landscape design & pond project is located in Upper Grandview, NY Landscape
Love this pond! Makes me want a second pond!
“Lush” — rneraner
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
water pot reflections
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these valuable garden assets. To minimize the damage:Drain, clean and store or cover freestanding fountains and water pots. Remove plant debris from ponds and set up a bubbler (a submersible pump with a short piece of pipe attached to the outlet) to keep some of the water surface free of ice. Disconnect
recirculating waterfalls, especially if the water volume is fairly low. Ice buildup can divert water and cause problems. Moving water will also make your pond colder, which may be an issue if you have fish.
“Water feature” — sun2kid
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