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Bog Gardens

Bog gardens are not nearly as popular as the other types of water features. The word "bog" tends to have negative connotations. However, bog gardens are among the simplest water features to install. They are best for people who appreciate wetland plants or who live in areas that receive a lot of rainfall and are naturally boggy. If you happen to live on the lot in the neighborhood that all the water drains toward, why not make use of it?

As with natural pools, bog gardens require a liner to retain water and keep the soil moist. They have natural-looking layouts without formal edges. Their unique climate allows the growth of exotic wetland plants.

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