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Patricia Tyrrell Living Landscapes added this to How to Introduce Water Features in Gardens26 Jun 2017

Dive inPerhaps you like the idea of being able to swim in your garden, but don’t want the harsh-blue, chemically augmented pool that this usually entails. Why not consider a natural pool? This one is rectangular, but you can also create more organic shapes using rocks to landscape. A natural pool needs to be planted with oxygenating plants at varying depths. Reeds, waterlilies and other water plants will do the job. These plants consume harmful bacteria, decontaminate the water and prevent algal growth. The result? A pond that looks great, but is also good for you and the environment.Check out ways to make your pool a rejuvenating zone

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comfypants added this to 2408 Design Ideas3 Jun 2019

Amica would like a Hammock. Not sure the best way to accomplish with minimal structure.

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