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Ron, Eydie & Britnee's Garden Pond

Ron
Belle Chasse / Louisiana
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Rock garden pond (10,000) pounds of rocks. We have the right plants we never have to clean the pond due to having everything perfect as natural as can be and we don't have a filter system and we don't have to clean anything. We have large fish and now a LOT of baby fish. We do love our Garden Pond with a glass of wine it's great. We have added more pictures after 2 months of plant growth so look at the flowers and the lillies in the pond. Hey relax is what I do after a long day at work and it's great. ((( I never have a bad day I always have a better one)))UPDATE:This is our feast in our back yard (BOILED CRAWFISH)only in Louisiana. I wanted to show an upclose look at our water fall it's very relaxing hope you enjoy the view.I must mention that my Daughter Britnee 16 years old got a garden hose and designed the outline of the pond. She's my little girl and best buddy.

Comments / Q&A

On December 9,2012 Donna F. said:

"Any compliment from you is greatly appreciated! Your yard, pond area are incredible. My husband wants to make our pond larger, I can't wait to show him yours! Thanks for visiting mine and I enjoyed touring yours."

On July 23,2012 YardShare said:

"Hey Ron. You should submit this in the Lawn Wars TV Show contest. Go to the Yard Contests tab to get started. Good Luck!"

On February 24,2012 Lawn Wars TV Show said:

"Ron! We would love to talk to you directly about being on our show!! Please email me directly with your direct contact info. so we can talk to you at [email protected] please email us asap! THanks - Lisa / "Lawn Crazy" "

On February 21,2012 Brittany310 said:

"Hi Ron, we also live in Louisiana and I love your fence! It is exactly what I want to put up in our yard. We have 3 acres and want to fence the rear and one side. Would you be able to tell me who did the work? You can email me directly at [email protected], thanks so much!"

On January 30,2012 Ron said:

"I now have 65 fish and my grandson can feed them from his hand. The winter months really make your pond not very nice looking any ideas??"

On October 25,2011 Ron said:

"Need some updated pictures to show the growth "

On August 18,2011 Fox Gardens ALASKA said:

"absolutely love the fence work. very nice."

On July 11,2011 jim49631 said:

"Very nice Ron."

On March 27,2011 Jean Smith said:

"Wow it sure looks great and to think you and your Britnee did this yourselfs looks to be a big job. Very nice"

On November 15,2010 Ron said:

"Your wright Britnee my little girl took a garden hose put it on the ground in the design you see in the picture then spray painted the hose and we all then started to DIG & DIG & DIG and this is what we got our little pond."

On November 11,2010 Britnee Barber said:

"this should be called ron eydie and britnees pond =] since i designed the shape of it =] loveee you daddy"

On December 28,2008 said:

"I have to amit you did a great job Ron, now when are going to build mine??????"

On December 11,2008 Deronda said:

"Its so beautiful. would love to have that in my yard. It is a dream of mine to. Its just so costly and a lot of work so I no you did a lot of hard work. It takes time for plants, remember the gardeners saying, first year they sleep, second year they creep, and third year they leap!! BEAUTIFUL"

On December 4,2008 said:

"We love the pond! Very nice and natural look. I wish we had the room for that size pond. I have trouble fighting off the "green" effect, still mastering that balance. As for adding to your yard...Maybe you could add some wild flower beds also, free form shapes to compliment the pond... "

On November 30,2008 Lark said:

"Very nice pond. I really like all the rock, it makes such a natural look. How much land do you have? It looks like you have alot of grass to cut and it looks so lush. I really like the way you did your fence with all the brick work. You have put alot of work and money into your hardscape. Great job! "

On November 30,2008 Ron said:

"Thanks so much for your comments over a 1000 mile away and we can share our yard work. We have just 3/4 of an acre and I must tell you I need help on my yard. I really don't know what to do with the rest of my yard ((ANY IDEAS??))"

On November 30,2008 Lark said:

"I would start with the most mature trees and shrubs that your budget will allow. By the way I am not real good on the computer and need you to tell me what it means when you type n."

On November 19,2008 said:

"A great fishing hole"

OnNovember 18,2008 said:

"Great job on your garden pond. I love you food party"

On November 17,2008 said:

"Ron: Things look great! You have a large space still to play in! You can create almost anything in that lovely area! I read that you have a lot of baby fish. We give away almost 20 each spring. We have 25 large fish...it can get too crowded! Other watergardeners will bring us their fish that outgrow their pond,and in turn we give them baby fish. We are in a town of 9,000 people with about 8 watergardeners, at best. It all seems to work! The joy of gardening is to give!"

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