Friday, 29 May 2009


The hard work in the winter digging the pond has finally paid off.The duckweed is a bit rampant but at least it makes it look natural(and hides some of the liner)Plenty of tadpoles so expecting some little froglets soon.The birds just love to drink and bathe in it

8 comments:

karen said...

Wow! Your garden looks absolutely beautiful sheila! Your hard work has definitely paid off! Well done xx

swatson said...

thanks Karen of course I only show the good bits,plenty of weedy overgrown bits too
Sheila

Jayne said...

WOW again from me and to think you did all that yourself, what an achievement my friend it looks the bees knees!!!!
Jayne

denzil said...

your pond is beautiful sheila, a credit to you both, i can just picture you both sat on the bench watching the wonderous things going on in the pond, !!brilliant!!.

ShySongbird said...

How lovely to be able to sit there and gaze at your handiwork and all the wildlife that you have encouraged, lovely Sheila.

swatson said...

seems I am always thanking you for your lovely kind comments.At the moment we cant sit on the seat as the wrens nest is just two feet in front of it and we dont want to disturb it.
Sheila

Ken Browne. said...

Hi Sheia.
You are a lucky lady to have wrens nesting in your garden.
Nice of you to add a pond to your garden.By the way sweetheart, we all have weedy overgrown bits.

swatson said...

Bet you dont have as much weedy bits as me Ken lol