Photo Gallery of Water Gardens

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Stones are often used to anchor the lining of the pond and create a more natural appearance.

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Notice the variety of marginal, or bog plants around this pond.

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The sound of a waterfall adds to the tranquility of the water garden.

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Floating plants provide shade and help to control algae.

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Ponds can be of any size.

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Fish make an interesting and colorful addition to the water garden.

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A more formal look.

  
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Photographs courtesy of Carl Wilson.

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