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Re: native bees/ now habitat and ponds

Yes, there are, Pam.  I personally haven't used one, but have seen others 
that have....they work well, although only during sunny days...and have to be 
located in the sun.   
Of course you need a pump in order to have the sound of water, but for a 
habitat pond you don't absolutely HAVE to have a pump....especially if you don't 
have the cold water fish in it. Many of my tubs have no pump....they have the 
same clear water, water lilies like it better due to no splashing 
water.....only drawback is no sound of water.

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 6/30/2003 11:03:01 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> For those of us w/ no outside power sources (other than good ol' Sol)
> are there any solar powered pump/fountain gizmos for ponds out there? I
> have no room, but might could squeeze in a half whiskey barrel
> somewhere!!

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