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Re: ponds/plants

Fences are not allowed where we live. Even assuming we could fence our property, there is the issue of the "big pond" - some 2 acres worth that is shared by the 7 families with homes bordering it. Ponds of any size are an "attractive nuisance" and toddlers can drown in 3 inches of water.
On Wednesday, January 28, 2004, at 03:34 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

Many of you have sizeable ponds. I assume you all have your property
properly fenced. I have only a small pond and only 18" which does not require a
fence. I use only gold fish which I take to AquaLand in the fall and in the
spring they give me a discount on new fish. We had a waterfall when we first put
a pond in and that pond was a preformed liner. We moved the pond, used a
liner and added a spurter which provides water sound. I do have a small water
feature in my indoor garden room which runs on a timer. On days like today, the
sound of water is not so calming but rather chilling.

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