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How to Re-pot Hardy Water Lilies
with Jeff Kite – Sunland Water Gardenshttps://sunlandwatergardens.com/aquatic-plants/water-lilies/ In this video Jeff Kit takes a moment to show you how to re-pot hardy water lilies that have out grown their pot. Stop by and visit Sunland Water Gardens to learn more about our full line of Hardy Water Lilies and the other Aquatic Plants we
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How to grow bigger better and more beautiful water liliesThere are three basic needs that all plants have, and water lilies are no different. Here is what you need to grow incredible, show-quality water lilies in your pond. [clear]
Full sunThis means at least seven or more hours of unobstructed sunlight per day. While some varieties will tolerate less and still bloom a little bit, full sunlight is a mandatory requirement for truly awesome aquatic plants.
Good soil in
What do I need for my own Aquaponic system?Aquaponics has all the best elements of gardening without the bad. No more weeding, no more digging, no more gophers, no more wasted water, no more fertilizers. You will have fresh veggies grown in your own compact beautiful garden. You can have your own fresh organic fish as well. Yes you can eat the fish you grow or use any ornamental fish you like. Like Koi or goldfish. This is
Make everyday an Earth Day
“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make – Dr. Jane Goodall.[clear] Well just in case you missed it, Earth Day 2014 has come and gone. Every April 22nd folks will celebrate the earth and be reminded of the need to care for it. Being basically a farmer by trade the Earth is sorta important. I have committed over 30 years to adding
Green time of yearAs the weather changes so does the maintenance needs of your pond. As true as this statement is what does it mean?? Here is a check list to determine what your pond needs. [clear] I have pond owners ask me all the time,
Why is my pond green?
Why do I have more algae this time of year?