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Growing Water Lilies in Containers

Growing Water Lilies in Containers When we think of Water Lilies, we tend to think of village ponds and lakes.  Water Lilies come in all different sizes and there are dozens of small Water Lily cultivars that are easy to grow in containers requiring little maintenance.  This article is a step by step guide to […]

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Pond Planting Explained for Beginners

Pond planting explained for Beginners The only difference between adding plants to your pond or water garden compared to planting up borders in your back garden is WATER, and the thing that seems to confuse people the most is the different water depth requirements, however it does not need to be explained in a complicated way […]

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Pond planting in the autumn

Pond planting in the autumn For any type of gardening, the planting is the process before the reward, so this makes Autumn a very good time to plant certain types of pond plants as they  will already be established and  therefore, put on a good display of foliage and flowers in the Spring.  There are […]

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Pond Algae

Pond Algae There are hundreds of different types of Fresh-Water Algae and the most common problematic forms to invade our ponds are Blanket Weed (Filamentous Algae) and Plankton Algae more commonly known as ‘Green-Water Algae’.  Algae blooms can occur for a number of reasons, but are more commonly found in newly established ponds, especially those […]

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Pond Plants Need Feeding Too!

Pond Plants Need Feeding Too! Nearly all plants require nutrients in the form of nitrate, phosphate and co2 in order to grow, flourish and produce flowers. The majority take what they need from the soil they grow in, and some plants have even adapted to being carnivorous in order to survive. Pond plants are no […]

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