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Watergarden Girl

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My husband and I worked on this project for one year. We did the work ourselves, including hand picking 60 tons of rock out of a field! My husband also did all the pavestone work. It truely is our "Touch of Paradise"!

Comments / Q&A

On July 23,2012 YardShare said:

"You should submit this in the Lawn Wars TV Show contest. Go to the Yard Contests tab to get started. It is exactly what the show is looking for. Good Luck!"

On January 21,2009 Ron said:

"Hey Watergarden Girl my second visit your Pond takes my breath away. Question: was your liner big enough? or did you have to splice it and if so how did you do it?? Hey guys Ya'll did an outstanding project hands down. Take care "

OnJanuary 19,2009 said:

"Gorgous, absolutely breathtaking. Thanks for sharing the images of the steps in the process of construction. After seeing these, I'm afraid my small little pond is in for an expansion this spring! "

On November 19,2008 said:

"Off da hook man!!!!!!!!!!"

On November 17,2008 Ron said:

"It's perfect and I like the fact you did it your self. You get a 100 from me great job. nCheck out our garden pond (Ron & Eydies garden pond) it's not as large as yours and we don't have snow down here in New Orleans,but let us know what you think. Take care"

On November 15,2008 Lark said:

"I like the view from you deck. A great place for family and friend to hang out. The waterfall is so pretty. You sure did do alot of rock hauling. The brick walkways and patio add alot of character. Where are you located? The snow picture is really pretty. What are some of the water plants you have?"

On November 15,2008 Karen W said:

"That is stunning. What a beautiful yard you created. what kind of decking is that? It looks like trex. I hope to add pavers next year to my yard and I hope it looks as great as yours does. Good job. "

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