Quick question about pond edging.
I've just begun relocating an existing pond because it developed a puncture which I think was caused by a root. I suppose I could have tried to repair it, but I never really liked the siting of that pond anyhow, so decided to take the chance to make something better.
The most appropriate alternative site is adjacent to a sloping part of our lawned garden.This sloping lawn forms one edge of the new pond, the other sides being a patio laid with flagstones. My intention is to lay stone edging around the three flat sides of the pond, mortared in on top of the liner and existing flagstones, and then lift the turf on the slope, push the liner underneath and re-lay the grass.
Question is, would placing liner underneath the turf be likely to interfere with the growth of the grass in any way? I anticipate placing perhaps a foot of liner in total underneath the turf.