Water Gardening In Containers

Water Gardening In Containers
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Just because you don't have room for a full-scale pond doesn't mean you can't enjoy a water garden! All it takes is practically any container and a few minutes a week. The beautiful and simple water gardening methods presented here are inspired by the Chinese, who've been doing it for nearly 5,000 years.

Choose from a surprising variety of containers and plantings, from classic lotuses and small water lilies peeking out of traditional urns to pots and tubs on windowsills and door stoops. The book covers everything from dish gardens for indoors, hanging baskets,window boxes, to patio ponds and fountains. These miniature water gardens are part aquarium, part terrarium, and are incredibly easy to care for. Finally -- a simple and impressive way to expand your gardening pleasure!

Water Gardening in Containers: Small Ponds, Indoors & Out by C. Greg Speichert & Helen Nash

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