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2. Landscape Help. Water drainage ^.^

Posted by chriswanderer90 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 5, 13 at 19:30

Hi again:

20mi NW of Philly (zone 7?)
Does anyone have any creative landscaping ideas?

On the side of the house, there is a water pipe that flows out a lot of water, as you can see by all the green grass (it is Mar 5).

I was thinking about putting a wildlife pond there, but sometimes, the rain flows down a lot. There is even a hole that has formed with water.

Thanks,
Chris


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RE: 2. Landscape Help. Water drainage ^.^

Chriswanderer90, What I suggested on your front yard post would also work here. I would resist the urge to put a pond in these areas. Besides, why wouldn't you want to put a pond, wildlife or ornamental, where you could sit & enjoy it/ hope this helps....


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RE: 2. Landscape Help. Water drainage ^.^

Dee67: Thank you.


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