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Forever Pondering – Philosophies on Nutrient Reduction

Floating Islands Question: I’m very interested in your philosophies on nutrient reduction in ponds and wonder if you have any updated information? You previously mentioned work with the University of Maryland. Is there any firm data as a result of your studies? Answer: The future of marketing is definitely following a green trend so arming …

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10 – Aquatic Plant Releases

Name: Bernice Ikings Type: Hardy Water lily Family: Nymphaeaceae Origin: Unknown Hybridized by: Strawn Aquatic Nursery Nursery: Florida Aquatic Nurseries, Inc Habit: Medium spread (6 feet) Height: Surface leaves Hardiness: zone 4 Depth: 1-6 feet Comments: This Kirk Strawn lily has a striking reddish pink flower that is a real eye catcher. Complimented by reddish …

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2007 IWGS Waterlily Competition Results

[img:1] It is with great pleasure that the International Waterlily & Water Gardening Society announces the winners of the 2007 New Waterlily Competition. (See the pictures of the winners.) Congratulations! Best New Waterlily: Nymphaea ‘Suwanna’ Second Best Tropical Waterlily: N. ‘Pam Wilson’ by Charles Winch Best New Hardy Waterlily: N. ‘Miss Siam’ Second Best Hardy …

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The Aquatic Iris: An Unsung Pondscape Hero

There are numerous species of aquatic irises, many native to North America. They grow in areas from Alaska to Florida, and just about everywhere in between. Not only are they a pondscaper’s best friend, they are the original multi-tasking aquatic. They filter the water, avoid hungry koi, blend aquatic plants with terrestrial landscaping, are reliable, …

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