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Spring muck management

Spring muck management

Ah, spring. It’s the time when ponds come back to life. And might be filled with all sorts of gross gunk. Say what? The transition from winter into spring and summer can be complex. Sort of like puberty, your pond is figuring things out as it moves

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Fish that thrive in KC

Fish that thrive in KC

Fish can add an exciting dimension to your pond. But much like plants, not all fish do well in all kinds of weather. It’s important to find aquatic life that will thrive in your climate. In Kansas City, we’ve found several species of fish that flourish. Here

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We love fountains!

We love fountains!

Kansas City has more than 200 working fountains – and those are just the public fountains in KCMO! Residents and visitors alike fall hard for fountains and it’s easy to see why. The beauty and the relaxing sound of splashing water make any environment more serene and

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Pond edging ideas

Pond edging ideas

It’s easy to focus on the water of a water feature. But it’s the stuff that goes around the water that makes a pond or waterfall special. Some folks figure they can throw some rocks around a pond and call it good. But at Good Earth Water

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Making the most of an outdoor oasis

Making the most of an outdoor oasis

  Even the most carefully planned outdoor space can benefit from a little water. Just ask some Parkville, Mo., homeowners who recently worked with Good Earth Water Gardens. These folks love spending time outdoors. Whether it’s walking their dogs around their six-acre property, enjoying wildlife, or ending

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4 Water features we love

4 Water features we love

We’re always on the lookout for water feature inspiration. And it’s everywhere! Here are a few of the ponds and waterfalls that we’ve been obsessing over – as well as a few water features that defy description. 1. Floating patio Not all ponds look alike – how

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Kansas City plant societies

Kansas City plant societies

No matter your passion, there are folks who share it. Kansas City is home to many organizations focused on gardening and plants. Joining one of these groups is a great way to learn more about what interests you and connect with like-minded people. All of these organizations

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Falling for falling water

Falling for falling water

Last October, Northland Neighbors magazine featured a cover story with the Young family standing in front of the iconic Riverside Waterfall. It’s a popular destination for taking photos and walking along the Briarcliff Trail – thousands of people admire this magnificent attraction every year. While the waterfall

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