Aquatic garden

Transform your outdoor space into a tranquil oasis with an aquatic garden. Discover top ideas to incorporate water features and aquatic plants for a calming and beautiful retreat.
How to Make an Paludarium? ——Aquascaping Knowledge Get You Done! Biotope Aquarium, Aquarium Garden, Aquarium Landscape, Nature Aquarium, Aquarium Fish, Frog Terrarium, Fish Tank Terrarium, Reptile Terrarium, Terrarium Plants

In the beginning, some hydroponic plants were cultivated in the water grass tank. Later, I wondered if it would be better to plant some wet plants on the water. I searched a lot of information on the Internet, so then the aquascaping journey began.

Kristi Fields
Water Plants Indoor, Aquatic Plants, Aquatic Garden, Water Garden Plants, Container Water Gardens, Mason Jar Plants, Mason Jars, Plants In Jars, Glass Jars

Are you the type of person who likes home elements from various sides and benefits from everything? Now you can decorate your home while refreshing the air and adding oxygen to it. With a hydroponic garden in the house, you will get decoration as well as coolness and fresh water in your home. Which certainly will provide natural scenery. With a hydroponic garden, you don’t need to worry that your body will be dirty or even look neat. With a little touch of creativity, you can adjust the…

Robin Price
Growing Lotus outside the pond - Garden Cottage, Zen Garden, Japanese Garden, Dream Garden, Backyard Garden, Home And Garden, Lotus Garden, Modern Garden, Garden Beds

Do I Need A Pond To Grow Lotus? Most people think they must have a pond to plant a sacred lotus, the truth of the matter, is that you can grow lotus outside the pond, in a flower bed or on your deck or patio! Sacred lotus do not need a pond or moving water to grow and bloom. What You Will Need 1.) You will nee

Scott Rood
Fish Aquarium Decorations, Aquarium Setup, Home Aquarium, Aquarium Design, Aquarium Fish Tank, Planted Aquarium, Fish Tanks, Safe House Plants, Common House Plants

Using common house plants such as Pothos (Devil’s Ivy), Philodendrons, Lucky Bamboo, etc, is a great way to help keep your water clean and healthy, and to help lower nitrates. Just like aquatic plants, house plants also act as a “natural filter” by using nutrients dissolved in your tank’s water to grow.

Kristy Puckett