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Posts Tagged ‘Nymphaea’

We write our pond blog about once a week with tasks to be done in your pond at that time with tips on how to care for your pond and its plants.

We also try and show you the wildlife you can see in your pond.

Our blog contains all the information and expertise we have accumulated over 20 years in the Nursery.

Waterlily leaf standing above water

Waterlily need dividing?

Did your waterlily leaves stand high above the water last Summer? Last year that waterlily plant was trying to tell you it needs to be divided as it...

Nymphaea alba showing brown clay soil

Waterlilies travel well now

Potted Waterlilies  travel well now because any growth that may have started this Spring is still well below the water surface. Waterlilies respond to warmth and sunshine which...

pond pest - China Mark Moth

Pond plant pests

There are not many pond plant pests but here are some that may be affecting your waterlilies and shelf pond plants now. For illustrations of these pond plant...

Nymphaea Aurora

Waterlilies for small ponds

Waterlilies for small ponds is a small Advice section in July's The Garden RHS magazine. Download the page here. Waterlilies for small ponds - The Garden July 2016...

container pond feature in gunmetal with dwarf waterlilies

Container pond feature

The idea of using a container pond feature for flowering pond plants is popular in magazines and newspapers again this year. House and Garden give container ponds a...

Nymphaea James Brydon

How to divide and repot a waterlily

Method to divide and repot a waterlily: A waterlily can be split and repotted when it is actively growing ideally Spring: [gallery link="file" columns="1" size="full" ids="3729"] 1. Use...