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Re: Digest Number 411

>Except for the waterfall and the rock garden the pond is complete. I >have 
>I. fulva, I. giganticaerulea, Roy Davidson, Black Gamecock (LA), >Red 
>Gamecock (LA), and Lute Song (JI) in the bog. Rusty my foreman >approves 
>and swims in it often.
>Cindy Rivera

Your pond is wonderful Cindy. Did you build it yourself? Does it have a 
black plastic liner? I am hoping to do something similar, in my new garden. 
I look forward to seeing photo's of yours next year, when the plants are 
Cheers, Jan Clark, Australia
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