Your pond looks fab!! I have just made a wildlife pond in my Nursery garden for the children. I’m a complete novice and even if I do say so myself it’s pretty good. I too have used pebbles and large stones but I’ve left gaps and in the gaps I’ve cut a cross in the liner and planted creeping Jenny which is a lovey plant and can be easily controlled.
philippa smith2 said:
Obviously a new pond but if the depth of water is where it appears to be ( ie where the liner is showing ), you really just have a sink hole at the moment.Increasing the depth and width of the pond would be ideal but if that is not an option, removing a good number of the pebbles and replacing with soil and planting would certainly help.All sorts of creatures will want to access your pond but scrambling up and down a mountain of pebbles will not be their ideal.If you have some pond liner left, utilising it for a boggy area would certainly add appeal for your visitors There are a number of threads on the forum re Wildlife Ponds - may be worth a look ?