I don't see why it would be an issue, but would having a natural pool in an indoors situation pose any complications you can think of? Would you recommend that both the plant pool and the people pool both be indoors, or just one.
I see no reason why this could not be made to work. In fact, I was planning to experiment with this idea. I have the poly tunnel tubes ready to go over my small pool to start experimenting. I plan to enclose the whole pool and see what happens.
Hi I’m David. I am probably the only person to have two Organic Pools (aka Natural Swimming Pools). The reason for this over indulgence was to make a DIY film of the process. Loads of these pools have been made all over the place, helping make the world slightly wetter, pond by pond. I have also made a short film for the BBC about Natural Swimming Pools introducing the concept to a wider audience here in the UK. As a consequence of all of this, I have started giving courses to fellow self-builders who have traveled from far and wide to come and sit in my garden and talk about pools and ponds for two days. What could be nicer?
David Pagan Butler organicpools.co.uk
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