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Mark Cummings | 12:17 UK time, Wednesday, 19 September 2012




When is it ok to be fake?

We've been talking this week about the fake grass that could be coming to the green banks by the river Windrush in Bourton on the Water.

When I built my pond in the wild flower garden at Cummings Towers I was advised to go for a fibre glass water fall. Once the grass and flowers grow in the spring you can't spot it...plus a few real stones and some naturally occurring moss helps cover my terrible secret.

So is it ok for have a fake waterfall in a natural wild garden? Please email me your water fall photos and we will try and guess if they are real or fake...cummings@bbc.co.uk


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