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plants for around a goose/duck pond...so part critter and part garden

 
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my brother has an enclosed goose/duck pond. he has dug it out to 14 ft which i am sure is a tad..too deep but back to the topic. he is looking for plant to put around the pond that are duck safe. the area is quite large so along with aquatic plants he wants some land plants as well. also any ideas on adding a incubator light to the nesting shed he has would be helpful. he had ducks and geese in this area for a long time but as time passed so did the birds so he is revamping the entire thing. thus the depth and running electricity to the enclosure. any thougts or notions would be helpful.

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