More Log Cabins Articles Gardeners have been urged to act quickly if they want to see in the New Year with a brand new garden pond.
Columbian.com writer Rob Rosser noted that there are only a few weeks of the year left for homeowners aiming to spruce up their gardens before the weather turns and the days become colder and darker.
He claimed that people with their heart set on a garden pond should "set the date and get it done" before they have to wait until spring.
Although water features need a little maintenance throughout the year, they are more than worth the effort, Mr Rosser added.
"Any of your friends who are also considering a water feature for their own gardens will probably help knowing they will get your help in return," commented the writer.
Homeowners aiming to improve their properties could also opt to invest in a stylish garden office or summer house. Earlier this week, a lifestyle article by theNewsTribune.com claimed that plants like "tender dahlias, cannas and bananas, and overwinter fuchsias" can live on through the winter if gardeners trim them down and move them to a frost-free location.
Posted by Martin Corby
22 October 2010
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