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RE: native/wild bees- and other good bugs

That's what is wonderful about water gardening... it waits till you have
time! :)

Glad to hear the plants are still alive-- was worried they would fry to
death over there... They are used to a much cooler climate:)


> Theresa - Pat's pond is very small, maybe not 3' in diameter, but it
> does the job for froggies and stuff! She put a little fountain in it
> it's so cute! She's got a few aquatic plants now, thanks to Donna and
> it's really doing well despite benign neglect!
> Pam

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