From pool to aquatic oa­sis Don’t use your swim­ming pool any­more? Turn it into an amaz­ing wa­ter gar­den

If you turn off the pumps, Mother Na­ture will take care of your pool

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Set up a place to sit pool­side and en­joy the tran­quil­lity

beau­ti­fully into the sur­round­ing bush land­scape and is a des­ti­na­tion for the fam­ily year-round. It’s even a source of a lit­tle recre­ational fish­ing – trout fin­ger­lings are added to the pond each year, fed up and even­tu­ally caught for eat­ing. You can’t get fresher than that!

3 Louisiana irises of­fer stun­ning flow­ers in late spring. They’re a mar­ginal pond plant, which pre­fer to grow in shal­low wa­ter.

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