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    luis_pr on
    March 4, 2024
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    It depends to the requirements of the plants you selected. Consider doing a formal soil assay as sandy soil may have nutrient deficiencies. And also consider using native plants. Be ready to provide supplemental watering until well established. Be on the lookout for pests like deer, rabbits and squirrels.

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    GKH_Susan on
    May 6, 2024
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    It seems like you need to stop the flow from the origin. The water level is very high, can you reduce the water level? Also, add groundcover plants down the sides to absorb the water and stop the mud or add a thicker level of plants at the top.

    https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/water-plants/wgen/popular-pond-plants.htm

    https://bookstore.ksre.ksu.edu/pubs/mf2912.pdf

    https://www.johnson.k-state.edu/docs/lawn-and-garden/in-house-publications/perennials/Ground%20Covers_2-2015.pdf

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