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Plants with colored foliage are a luxury, an anomaly, and quite often, just the right splash of color or contrast to make magic happen. >> Read more
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Water Artisans of the Year: Runners - Up

Year over year, it’s always the hardest part of administering the contest. No question, the winning projects are jaw-dropping, but how do we not show off a few of the other sensational entries we received? Limiting the love to justMore...

Water Artisans of the Year: Meet This Year’s Judges

Just as in past years, we meticulously assembled a unique panel of leaders that we felt represented a wide cross section of the industry’s capabilities and expertise. Each “blind” entry presented to the panel consisted of a brief, contractor-supplied descriptionMore...

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2019 IWGS New Waterlily Competition Results

For the first time, in 2019, the International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society (IWGS) held its New Waterlily Competition at Naples Botanical Garden in Naples, Florida. Tim Jennings of Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, the host of the competitionMore...

Let There Be Light

Editor’s Note: POND Trade occasionally publishes online exclusive articles that feature perspectives from around the industry. These articles do not necessarily reflect the views of POND Trade magazine. In the late 15th century, our planet became a smaller place. ThereMore...

Sponsored Content | Aeration for Large-Scale Ponds

By Michael Guista, Fountain Mountain
 Aeration is essential for fish and general pond health. If fish don’t get enough oxygen, they will die. But even if you don’t have fish, without aeration, ponds create stratified layers, and the bottom layer isMore...

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Contractor’s Corner | Gotta Have More Pond!

In my 46 years of building water features and ponds, I have never been told that I’ve built one that was too big. On the contrary, I have been tasked to expand quite a few ponds — some I didn’tMore...

Pond Construction | Pondless Waterfall Renovation

Before starting my own water-feature business, I was the foreman for a high-end landscape company in town. I headed up the water-feature department and pushed to make it a bigger part of the business. It wasn’t long after I hadMore...