Ornamental Ponds & Water Gardens in Texas

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This publication discusses planning, water and water quality, fish, plants, potential problems and solutions, and complete references.

Have you ever considered installing an ornamental pond or water garden? Perhaps you enjoy the aesthetic beauty of water features or the bubbling sound of a waterfall in the evening, or you simply want to add value and beauty to your home. They can be simple and small or large and complex. This publication discusses planning, water and water quality, fish, plants, potential problems and solutions, and complete references. (13 pages)

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