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See our list of favorite lotus for your pond or container water garden.

Pond Lotus: Our List of Favorites

Grow creeping Jenny as a groundcover, around and between the rocks in your pond or in submerged containers. It thrives in moist soil or water up to an inch deep, in full sun to part shade. The plants have chartreuse leaves, tiny yellow flowers and a trailing growth habit. Recommended for zones 3 to 10, it can be invasive but is easily managed by pulling. Never discard the plants in lakes or public waterways where they can spread.

Plants for Ponds and Water Gardens

Creeping Jenny or Moneywort, Lysimachia nummularia. Creeping Jenny enjoys very moist soil or water up to one-inch deep, making it an excellent choice for use as a marginal plant in your water garden.

During the summer, algae growth can be a huge problem in garden ponds. The great news is that there is an easy way to keep pond water clear without using expensive chemicals. Here's how. | GetBusyGardening.com

How To Keep Pond Water Clear Naturally (And Get Rid Of Pond Algae)

During the summer, algae growth can be a huge problem in garden ponds. The great news is that there is an easy way to keep pond water clear without using expensive chemicals.

Eight Most Popular Pond Plants - While some are chosen for their beauty, other pond plants are necessary for a pond’s health. This article includes a list of eight of the most popular pond plants and information as to why people love them.

Pond Plants - Eight Beautiful Plants For Garden Ponds

Eight Most Popular Pond Plants - While some are chosen for their beauty, other pond plants are necessary for a pond’s health. This article includes a list of eight of the most popular pond plants and information as to why people love them.

How to Easy Grow #Water _Lilies..  1. Use a container that is wide and shallow   2. Use a heavy soil intended for use in the garden, not a fluffy potting soil that will float out of the container.    3. Remove old leaves and thick, fleshy old roots.   4. Plant the tuber against the side of the pot, with the growing tip pointing upward -- about 45 degrees -    5. Cover the soil with a layer of rock or pea gravel    6. The planted pot should be lowered #easy_planting #garden #flowers

How to Grow Water Lilies

How to Easy Grow _Lilies. Use a container that is wide and shallow Use a heavy soil intended for use in the garden, not a fluffy potting soil that will float out of the container. Remove old leaves and thick, fleshy old roots.

I love cattails.  Always have.  We used to pick them while they were still firm, scrape off the brown fuzz and color them with crayons.

Cattails are a producer in the pond ecosystem. Others like muskrats eat them.

How to Acclimate and Plant Your Pond Plants - Pond Pet Care Corner - PetSolutions

How to Acclimate and Plant Your Pond Plants - Pond Pet Care Corner - PetSolutions

Five Most Sustainable,Lovely, and Low Maiteinance Aquatic Plants

Our Five Fave Aquatic Plants for the Pond

Five Most Sustainable,Lovely, and Low Maiteinance Aquatic Plants (Diy Garden Pond)

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