This is a question that I am frequently asked, but the good news is, it’s a question that can be easily answered. By going through the check lists below you should find an answer that will rectify any problem you may have, thus resulting in plenty of beautiful Water Lily blooms all summer long. […]Read in full
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Where Does Our Pond Wildlife Arrive From? This is a question I get asked a lot. Many people are often amazed at just how quick wildlife seems to arrive in their pond as if from nowhere. So, just where does it arrive from? All new ponds large or small will start attracting wildlife within days […]Read in full
Stunning New Water Lily Cultivars for 2019! I have been collecting rare, new and unusual pond plants for over 25 years from all corners of the globe. Importing pond plants can be a complicated process that involves plant health inspections and certificates plus a mind boggling amount of importation paperwork and airport clearance. It […]Read in full
My Top 10 Rockery Plants for Pond Surroundings Rockeries and ponds go together. Most people find the sound of running or trickling water relaxing and therapeutic. Waterfalls not only sound nice but the running water is also magical in its own way as it finds its own route down to the pond, its droplets […]Read in full
Marginal Plants, Perennials or Woodland Ferns? Marginal plants are so called and categorized for a good reason, they grow at the water’s edge (water margin) where land meets water, in natural clay or silt based ponds the water margin will rise in times of flooding and sink in times of drought, this natural rise and […]Read in full
Natural Marginal Pond Planting without Using Aquatic Baskets in Lined Ponds All ponds need to be able to contain water without any leakage. Natural clay bottomed ponds and lakes take care of these themselves but if we want to construct a pond in our back garden, it will either need to be a pre-molded fiberglass pond or […]Read in full