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Hi all,

Almost done on the pond now. Here's some new pics...

http://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag165/jdoherty1976/8a95bacf5af4ad8e037dd775adeb1a4d_zpsa9cff0aa.jpg

 

http://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag165/jdoherty1976/b2ec245197d042ef9b3d640940e241d1_zps591df688.jpg

 

nutcutlet

If I was a frog I'd be moving in Justin

 

Fairygirl

Brilliant Justin. You've worked really hard on that. Hope you get time to enjoy it.

The liner's well disguised with planting  now 

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Dovefromabove

That's looking great - stand well back - it'll soon be colonised with all sorts of mini-beasts - ours is teeming with life 

Is it too late to get frogspawn for the pond? I've made a pond on the plot by sinking an old fibre glass bath into the soil and putting in half a dozen aquatic plants., min'e I'm worried the sides are too steep for frogs.

Your pond looks great Justin. Mine looks a bit oblong.

Dovefromabove

Bruce - a bath will be much too steep sided for frogs - it will also be a death-trap to hedgehogs and other small mammals.  You need to find a way of making a shallow sloping 'beach' at one end. 

LorraineP

Your pond looks great, Justin.  Would like to make a pond in my garden for my frog friends but can just imaging our batty dog thinking its for her to paddle in.  Probs have to leave that project for a few years.

MrsGarden

That really is special, enjoy.

hartleyhare

It looks lovely, stunning .  Lot of hard work gone into it I should imagine.

NewBoy2

Stick a helpful aid  up showing other people how to make one

Dovefromabove - I never thought about that. I think I'll drain it and remove the old bath and liner , then maybe dig it out more or fill it in. 

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