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Updated: October 8, 2021
With just a few steps and some solid planning, you can build your own natural swimming pool, which uses plants and other natural details to filter the water and keep the ecosystem of the pool more balanced. Pick a spot for your pool, including an adjacent space for the plant zone. Plan to use a small water pump and PVC tubing to help move the water towards the plants. You’ll also need an underwater aerator to add oxygen to the water. After all of your pumps and tubing are in place, you’ll need to line the pool to prevent leaks or cracks and add rocks to secure the liner. To learn how to pick the best spot for your pool, keep reading!
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