Ponds Magazine Summer 2007
Make & Maintain
Take Control of Summer Color
Fool, fertilize and force more blooms out of your plants this season.
by Tom Barthel
Installing a pre-formed pond with water fall filtration can be easy — if you follow
by Freddie Combas
The simplest plans are the best-laid.
by Orest Protch
Take your water garden to new heights with these towering aquatics.
by Tamara Kilbane
One flower can change color from day to day or person to person.
by Richard Sacher
Your Fish is on my List
Find out which fish is right for you and your pond.
by Elisa Jordan
Outsmart the Great Blue Heron and friends.
by Sandra Yosha, DVM, PhD
Keep the frog, and ditch the kiddie pool.
by Marilyn Cook
Culture & Community
Pins give hobbyists another way to celebrate koi keeping and to meet like-minded hobbyists.
by Meghan E. Murphy
Gardens that intoxicate the senses enrich their visitors.
by Tom Barthel
Million Dollar Dreams
More fish? Bigger falls? Readers share their water garden wish lists with us.
Extended Event Calendar
Photo Contest Announcement
One Last Look
Carnivorous plants add an exotic touch to your water garden.
Story by Tom Krischan
Photos by Donna Krischan
Ponds for Kids
An annual garden entertains butterflies, hummingbirds and kids alike.
Story & photos by Jean Fogle
Know Before You Grow
Turn to experts for master classes on plants and grasses.
by Anastasia Thrift
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