Aquatic Plants and Gardens Photos

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Small pools can support water lilies and highlight waterfalls. (Photo courtesy of: James L. Gibson)
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Aquatic gardens take up space. Find areas that have a minimum of 6 hours of sunlight. (Photo courtesy of: Lane Greer)
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Aquatic gardens take up space. Find areas that have a minimum of 6 hours of sunlight. (Photo courtesy of: Brain E. Whipker)
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Surrounding the aquatic garden with blooming plants and statuary is a good strategy for tie-in sales. (Photo courtesy of: Brain E. Whipker)
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Trickling water adds sound to the aquatic display area and attracts customers. (Photo courtesy of: James L. Gibson)
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Water iris can be planted in up to 6" of water. They serve as excellent focal points. (Photo courtesy of: Todd J. Cavins)
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Water iris can be planted in up to 6" of water. They serve as excellent focal points. (Photo courtesy of: Todd J. Cavins)
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Water iris can be planted in up to 6" of water. They serve as excellent focal points. (Photo courtesy of: Todd J. Cavins)

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Water iris can be planted in up to 6" of water. They serve as excellent focal points. (Photo courtesy of: Todd J. Cavins)
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It is important to maintain water plants. Remove yellow foliage as needed to avoid accumulation of organic matter. (Photo courtesy of: James L. Gibson)
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You’ll be surprised at the visitors your aquatic garden will receive. (Photo courtesy of: James L. Gibson)
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Water garden sales may begin with simple structures such as bird baths. (Photo courtesy of: Brain E. Whipker)
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Large containers such as these can be placed on either side of a dry bridge to create the impression of walking over water. (Photo courtesy of: James L. Gibson)
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Soften the hard edges of aquatic display structures with finely textured grasses and woody plants. (Photo courtesy of: James L. Gibson)

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