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Posted by aquawise zone 4 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 26, 10 at 9:09

Here is a good showing of plants I grow and share with my friends here.
Give it a minuet to load, click on the i in the corner if you meed ID.

Here is a link that might be useful: Gaylas yard/plant Gallery


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  • Posted by jnfr z5b CO (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 26, 10 at 11:47

Wow, such gorgeous ponds you have! Love that cute little doggy too.


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Yes, lovely ponds!

Beautiful iris and red peonies, too.

Maybe one of these days, I'll have a pond . . . probably be so olde by then it would have to be a raised pond, to lessen the danger of me falling in.

Steve


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Love all those irises and the ponds are a lovely idea!!! Your yard looks terrific!

You have a picture of a pond covered for the winter. But what do you do with the fish? Do you have to bring them inside to some tanks, or do they survive the winter under the cover?


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your plants and yard(?) are VERY beautiful!

cute cat ;^)


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Great photos. I loved everything especially the irises and the lady bugs :)


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The fish stay out in the ponds for the winter. The air pump keeps the ice open and they do great.


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Wow - that is great that the fish can stay in their ponds all winter! I may do some reading up on Koi ponds, then, and consider doing this myself :^)


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I have added some new pics. The lilies are just getting started blooming. lots to see. I am a recycle nut, the ladybugs are ALL recycled stuff. Keep checking back. So much fun to share!


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Great pictures!

In the long shot that shows the ponds, I don't see many of the flowers that are in the other pictures. Are most of the irises, lilies, and roses growing in the frontyard, or were they just not in bloom when you took that pic?

Bonnie


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