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water garden

A garden making use of pools in which aquatic and other water-loving plants are grown.
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Influenced by the hydraulics in Roman and Persian water gardens, Stone's masterful vision deployed late modernist tropes combining monumentality and glamour across the 269-acre site.
Unfortunately, it has spread from water gardens to freshwater wetlands and riparian areas, where it forms dense colonies and outcompetes native plants.
But water gardens can be attractive winter gardens, too, with the right preparation and landscaping.
Established in 2000, Henley Water Gardens specialises in pond construction and maintenance, as well as selling aquatic plants, fish and other pond equipment.
California Ponds and Water Gardens is also an authorized retailer for OASE Pondovac 4 and other quality OASE pond products.
Without even knowing it had been nominated, Paddock Farm Nursery and Water Gardens, near Darlington, has been named number one aquatic retailer in the North-east by Practical Fishkeeping (PFK) magazine, also ranking the 17th best aquatic store in the entire UK.
Alpine, historical, herb and water gardens, a great woodland walk and a kids' adventure trail.
THE new owners of North East business Paddock Farm Water Gardens have pledged to maintain and improve the centre's reputation in the coming years.
Work is now underway to restore one of Britain's finest Baroque water gardens, located in Bushy Park and due to open to the public for the first time in summer 2009.
Modern water gardens contain a closed-cycle pump and filtration system that keep the water moving and filtered.
95) provides a lovely survey of water used in garden design, and comes from a gardens expert who celebrates water gardens worldwide.
Use of the mildly polluted water from private wells to water gardens and hose off outside surfaces poses no apparent public health hazard to adults or children.