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Go Wild with Pond Plants

Go wild with Pond Plants Wildlife ponds have become increasingly popular over the last few years, even the smallest garden pond can attract a vast range of wildlife including Birds, Amphibians, Dragonflies and Damselflies and plenty of other insects that live under water. Creating a wildlife pond is a simple process that is highly important […]

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Attracting Newts to Your Pond

Attracting Newts to Your Pond One of the great things about owning a back garden pond is the amount of wildlife that it will attract. If you follow a few easy guidelines, you should be lucky enough to attract and establish a colony of Newts. New Ponds If you are still in the process of […]

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Wildlife Ponds

Wildlife Ponds Everywhere in nature where you find fresh water, you will also find a diverse Eco-system of wildlife. Lakes, Ponds, Streams, Rivers, Canals, Fens, Marshes, Dew Ponds and Mountain Tarns are home to thousands of animal and plant species such as, Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals, Fish, and Invertebrates.   All these intriguing little creatures are […]

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Native Aquatic Plants of Britain

Native Aquatic Plants of Britain One of the things we have plenty of and contribute to our rich green isles, is rainfall.  Plenty of rainfall means plenty of wet habitats for our wildlife forming lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, bogs, marshes and woodland swamps.  Wherever you find fresh water, you will also find plants.  This aquatic […]

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Plants For Covering Exposed Pond Liner

A question I frequently get asked is ‘ What plants do I need to cover my exposed pond liner’ ?.  My advice and answer is, to dig your pond first and trim your exposed pond liner after you have filled it with water. Doing it this way, will ensure less of the liner will be exposed, & that you […]

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