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Here are the top ten articles for the Water Gardens Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Nine Sure Ways To Kill Your Koi
Here are the best all-around, tried-and-trued, absolutely guaranteed top nine ways to kill your koi. Or not.
2. Outdoor Water Fountain Winter Care
Outdoor water fountains need extra care over the winter too. Follow these simple tips to insure your water fountain is ready for old man winter!
3. Building an Artificial Stream
When you want your water garden or pond to look as if it were carved into the landscape by nature, consider adding a stream or two.
4. Building a Stream with a Spillway
Building a stream with a spillway requires a little planning before you actually begin the excavation. Here are a few tips to help you get started.
5. Building a Raised Pond from the Ground Up
Raised ponds aren't as natural-looking as recessed ponds, but they can be terrific architectural features and add thousands of dollars in value to your home.
6. Choosing the Best Filter for Your Pond
From all the different filters available, which should you choose? You might do best combining several different filter types.
7. Finalizing Your Stream and Falls
The final steps to adding a stream and falls to your water feature are pretty straight-forward. They're also pretty important, since this is the last shot you're going to get at making adjustments before D-Day.
8. Above Ground Water Garden Photos
In this above ground water garden by Beth and Reid, the lovely stonework blends in with the stone patio and provides a home for lilies and reeds.
9. Clear Up Cloudy Pond Water
Does your pond look more like pea soup than clear water? Learn the three methods for clearing up your pond - natural, mechanical and chemical.
10. Keeping Your Pond Cool
Everybody loves a warm, lingering summer. But when the temperature starts climbing, your fish and plants could find themselves in trouble. Here's how to tell if your pond is in danger of overheating and what to do about it!
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