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A few of the Pond

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It’s slowly coming alive, a few water lily are in flower.

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It’s a beautiful pond Dawn, you must be pleased with it.

6 Jun, 2019

 

Looking grand - you'd never believe it isn't entirely natural. The lass did good...

6 Jun, 2019

 

Thanks ladies

6 Jun, 2019

 

That is a lovely pond, What a great place to sit and unwind and be at peace, you’ve done a great job with it and the wildlife iit attracts is great for nature.

6 Jun, 2019

 

Couldn’t agree more. Do you ever see a Kingfisher Dawn?

6 Jun, 2019

 

Thanks Juliene.
Yes Karen, see them more in winter, one day there were two together :-)

6 Jun, 2019

 

Dawn this puts Month done pond well in the shade, pure joy!! as large as our garden lol...(ʘᴗʘ✿)(✷‿✷)◉‿◉

6 Jun, 2019

 

Wow! How lovely!

7 Jun, 2019

 

Thanks Dotty, it’s VERY natural, the wildlife seem to like it :-)

7 Jun, 2019

 

Gorgeous pictures of a wonderful feature. I love it, could sit all day and watch Dragonflies.

7 Jun, 2019

 

The foliage surrounding has grown wonderfully well Dawn ,its fabulous ... I'm sorry but every time I see your pond I can only see you paddling with the snakes Yikes ..Lol..

7 Jun, 2019

 

Blooming predicted text....... should read Monty Dons pond, or did you guess that's what I meant to say Dawn!! ʕ´• ᴥ•̥`ʔ

7 Jun, 2019

 

I guessed Dotty, happens to me all the time and what a compliment.
Lots of damson flies at the moment Siris. Oh Amy, the snakes, yikes!

7 Jun, 2019

 

Wow! This looks fantastic Dawn! I’d love my pond to be a fraction of the size! The planting around the pond is amazing, very lush greenery!

8 Jun, 2019

 

Your pond looks fantastic, Dawn! Very natural with all the big plants around the edges & the Waterlilies in the pond itself! Congratulations!

8 Jun, 2019

 

Thanks Katie :)
Glad you like it Balcony, thank you

8 Jun, 2019

 

Lovely Dawn.
What are the tiny pink flowers in the first and last photos ?

8 Jun, 2019

 

Thanks Hywel. The first picture is Lychnis flos-cuculi (ragged robin) and the last Geranium Wargrave Pink, usually a huge geranium but probably kept in check by the competing plants.

8 Jun, 2019

 

I thought it might be Ragged Robin, they like damp places. Nice to see a Geranium by a pond too.

8 Jun, 2019

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