Susan Taylor Brown wrote:
Yes, I suppose perhaps this isn't the perfect set of forums to discuss wildlife habitat though I really believe there are many of us that not only want to adopt a sustainable way of growing for human consumption but who also want to become stewards of the earth for Mother Nature's family.
Susan Taylor Brown wrote:Plus I would like to do it all with rainwater so I need to figure out how to do a cistern which could send the water to a wetland which could then send it to the water feature.
Tyler Ludens wrote:Cattail will definitely invade any pond you put them in - I made the dire mistake of putting them in my little frog pond, and they took over and killed some other plants, and are now a maintenance nightmare until I can finally remove them all. So I advise only planting them in a container in which you don't want anything else. I really like Cattail but they need careful placement.
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