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Juncus Species and Cultivars for Ponds

Juncus Species and Cultivars for Ponds Planting up a pond or water garden is not always about flowers.  The colour of foliage and plants that produce interesting seed heads can be just as visual and create a natural looking balance, when planted among-st and in-between flowering plants.  Not surprising, that ornamental grass areas are so popular […]

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Soleirolia Soleirolii (Mind-Your-Own-Business) for Ponds and Water Gardens

Soleirolia Soleirolii (Mind-Your-Own-Business) for Pond and Water Gardens Also often listed as Helxine Soleirolii, though mostly known under the common name Mind-Your-Own-Business. This very versatile, moisture-loving plant grows happy in sun, partial and/or full shade. Its many other names include: Baby Tears, Angels Tears, Irish Moss, Bread and Cheese, Friendship Plant, Pollyana Vine, Corsican Carpet, […]

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What is a Free Floating Pond Plant?

What is a Free Floating Pond Plant? There seems to be a lot of confusion and incorrect information over the internet and in books, about non-invasive free-floating pond plants.  Most free floating pond plants are very invasive. Please take this into consideration when introducing them to your water garden environment! Lemna Species (Duck weeds) and […]

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Marginal Pond Plants or Bog Garden Plants

Marginal Pond Plants Or Bog Garden Plants There seems to be a lot of confusion and inaccurate  information all over the internet on the categorizing of marginal pond plants and bog garden plants.  Like before in many of my articles I will now endeavor to set the record straight.  This information will be essential and informative 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. 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. To […]

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