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Water Gardening: New Pond 2

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Western, PA
(Zone 6a)

July 19, 2002
4:36 PM

Post #36597

With the fountain. Total cost about $135.00. That includes the liner, pump, fountain, and builders sand. I had the electrical supplies which may be about $25.00 (GFCI, UF cable, 2 switches, weather proof box for connection underground). A lot of work (several 90 degree days). I would like to do another pond, but no more space.

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(Zone 8a)

July 19, 2002
8:00 PM

Post #307023

That is a nice pond tucked in the plants! I know what you mean about the heat...when dh and I dug our first one it was over 100's in july! Whew!
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

July 20, 2002
1:40 AM

Post #307214

Do you have any fish in there? What kind (if any)??
Western, PA
(Zone 6a)

July 20, 2002
1:45 AM

Post #307218

No, no fish. A good thought for next season. Thanks!

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