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Planting tips & ideas for a container water garden

Lovely to look at... with water container garden tips...

"A container water garden can be simple yet effective way to introduce a water feature into your garden, no matter how small an outside space you may have. A healthy water feature is a real asset and enhances any garden, its light reflective surfaces for a start add an extra dimension to the surrounding space, it will probably almost immediately begin to attract local wildlife, they are a fun way to get your children involved and on a balmy summer's evening, staring into the water can be as soothing as watching a fire in winter... Start small (the blue & white ceramic container above is a perfect way to start) then plan something larger when you feel more confident. ..."

http://www.thegardenspot.co.uk/my-blog/2013/06/planting-tips-and-ideas-for-a-container-water-garden.html

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Very inspiring post! This water container looks amazing! I want one in my backyard! It's a stunning and simple idea to make your garden more interesting!

October 24, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMary Preston

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