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Hi All,

Winter is fast-approaching here and I was wondering if I should cut off
the old water lily leaves and remove them from the pond or should I just let
the water lilies do their own thing? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!


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Lawrence wrote:
Hi All,

Winter is fast-approaching here and I was wondering if I should cut off
the old water lily leaves and remove them from the pond or should I just let
the water lilies do their own thing? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!


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Lawrence




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