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In case you missed this one a while back, this is a great way to save $100.00 when you build your yard pond.  Or you can use a good old tire laying around and some visquean plastic.  Add a solar powered water pump, and you're all set!  Video on page 2Thanks to Wafa Kocht for this shareYoung couple quit jobs to build this glass house for...Its Magical To Turn A Bicycle Into A.....The Daily PalletMaking Soap Is Both...Turning A Tire Into...Its Magical To Turn...Arts And Crafts TimeFree Pallet…

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from HGTV

Drawing Inspiration From Vacation: A Coastal-Themed Garden

Mini Oasis If space is limited, a small fountain, bubbling millstone or half-barrel or trough filled with water and aquatic plants can be a good option. Place your feature by a seat or close to the house where it will be visible from the window. When planting a miniature pool, take care to avoid vigorous plants and rely on small, compact plants like pygmy waterlilies.

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Using a storage tub as the basin of a tiny in-ground pond, no plastic sheeting/liner needed.

Using a storage tub as the basin of a tiny in-ground pond, no plastic sheeting/liner needed.

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Pond liner: $ 40. Plastic Pond: $ 100. Beautiful round, brick edged pond: $15 - $40. Tops. All you need is a kiddie pool ($15) and enough brick to line it. The kiddie pool pond I made more than five years ago is still alive and well, though it might not last as long in cold climates.

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Itämainen puutarha Suomessa, an oriental garden in Finland. Text Leena Raivio, photo Ritva Tuomi www.viherpiha.fi

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edge with brick (or stone or plants). OR cut out a large hole in the bottom and place over a newly planted tree to make a raised bed around it.

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