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Water Garden Containers

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Almost any tub that doesn't leak can be used as a water garden container. Water garden containers can be large pots or planters (no drainage holes of course) or the rustic wooden whiskey barrel (the all time favorite) which looks good in any garden setting. Looking to add a fountain to your backyard - have a look at my outdoor fountains collection.

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Why build your own when you can add this little beauty into your patio by just plugging it in? This water garden container comes as a kit with plastic liner, pump, fountain head set, 2 aqua planters, the water conditioner and the fish food! Save all the hassle of getting all the little bits of equipment yourself!

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Another unique water garden container with realistic rock protruberances in all the right places. Comes with pump, plant baskets and rock feature.

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Whiskey wine barrel - just add a liner to ensure water tightness. Lots of people use wine barrels as water garden containers. You can prepare it yourself by painting on water proofing with webbing from your local hardware store. Alternatively, add a pond liner, cut to size and voila - water garden container!

My all time favorite book for water gardening in containers has got to be "Water Gardening In Containers" by Helen Nash - a great deal of the book is devoted to glorious pictures of different containers and looks achieved with different pond plants. A real inspiration - I've used lots of her ideas as inspiration for my own container water garden.

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Water garden containers
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