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A Garden for Every Season

This project was designed and installed by Cottage Gardener, LTD. These photos highlight our effort to create seasonal interest throughout the entire year.
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Becky Harris added this to A Wisconsin Garden Designed for All Seasons
The pond is about 3 feet deep. It has a rubber liner with a gravel bed on the bottom and two waterfalls. Patek used a pond system by Aquascape and highly recommends it for its durability. The boulders around the pond’s edge are local Wisconsin granite. “Granite is preferable to limestone around the pond because it has less of a leeching effect on the water,” he says.From left to right you’ll spy ‘Grey Owl’ juniper, mugo pine, barberry, little bluestem and Tiger Eyes staghorn sumac. In the pond are waterlilies and water irises.

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gardenkitchen added this to landscape
The pond is about 3 feet deep. It has a rubber liner with a gravel bed on the bottom and two waterfalls. Patek used a pond system by Aquascape and highly recommends it for its durability. The boulders around the pond’s edge are local Wisconsin granite. “Granite is preferable to limestone around the pond because it has less of a leeching effect on the water,” he says.From left to right you’ll spy ‘Grey Owl’ juniper, mugo pine, barberry, little bluestem and Tiger Eyes staghorn sumac. In the pond are waterlilies and water irises.
mindb4matter added this to Landscape/Hardscape Design
a pond system by Aquascape highly recommended for its durability. The boulders around the pond’s edge are local Wisconsin granite. “Granite is preferable to limestone around the pond because it has less of a leeching effect on the water,”
daisypickens added this to garden
The pond is about 3 feet deep. It has a rubber liner with a gravel bed on the bottom and two waterfalls. Patek used a pond system by Aquascape and highly recommends it for its durability. The boulders around the pond’s edge are local Wisconsin granite. “Granite is preferable to limestone around the pond because it has less of a leeching effect on the water,” he says. From left to right you’ll spy ‘Grey Owl’ juniper, mugo pine, barberry, little bluestem and Tiger Eyes staghorn sumac. In the pond are waterlilies and water irises.
Margaret Bonicelli added this to margaret_bonicelli's ideas
Great pond...love the local rocks used. Pond is three feet deep with liner and a gravel bottom.
darein added this to yard and garden
3 feet deep with a rubber liner something to stir up the water
Becky Harris added this to COPY cottage garden
9 The pond is about three feet deep. It has a rubber liner with a gravel bed on the bottom and two different waterfalls. Patek used a pond system by Aquascape and highly recommends it for its durability. From left to right you’ll spy a Gray Owl juniper, mugo pine, a barberry bush and little blue stem. In the pond there are water lilies and water irises.

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