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Old 16-10-2004, 04:40 PM
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actually fall is a great time of year to get going. the soil is dry, there are
usually wonderful cool clear days for digging and planting. a pond filled with water
in winter will be nicely aged by spring and ready for the fish. Ingrid

" Paula" wrote:

Thank you. I'm finally starting my pond after lurking here for four years.
I'm hoping to have it ready for water (fish and plants next spring)before
winter gets here. I know this probably isn't the best time to get started,
but better now than this time next year.

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