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Posted: 13/06/2012 at 13:55

If you don't want to dig a pond, just do an internet search for "small raised wildlife pond".  There's a pre-formed pond specifically designed to attract garden wildlife.  With some careful planting around the edges, this type of pond can be intergrated into even the smallest gardens.  You can even place it on your patio or deck.  Good luck with the project.

Ponds

Posted: 11/06/2012 at 15:56

@mdw84  If you google 'small raised wildlife pond' you'll find a free standing pond - no digging, and the wildlife is easier to watch - that's Width:  76cm, Length:  96cm.
Height:  20cm , Water Volume:  38 litres, with a Marsh Area:  730 sq. cm.

 

Ponds

Posted: 10/06/2012 at 22:33

Try a freestanding wildlife pond.  No digging, just position on your patio, plant some marsh plants and fill with water. The wildlife will soon come. Google 'small raised wildlife pond' and you'll find what you need.  Enjoy it!

Ponds

Posted: 10/06/2012 at 22:26

There are self contained free standing ponds that are simplest.  No digging, just place on your patio, plant up, and fill with water.  An example is LifePond from expert Dr Neville Carrington.  It's designed to provide a viable habitat in the smallest space.  It's free standing http://www.carrington-ecoproducts.co.uk/   www.carrington-ecoproducts.co.uk is where to go  I checked the site and it's about £80 delivered to your door and you can position it and fill it with water and marsh plants straight away.    @Tim Burr It is amazing how the wildlife find your pond isn't it?!

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