Your New Ecosystem Pond: Everything You Need to Know Congratulations on your new Ecosystem Pond! Life as a pond owner means hours of rest and relaxation in your own backyard… Read More »How to Take Care of Your New Splash Ecosystem Pond
Every season brings wonderful changes to the pond. One of favorite pond plants this time of year is the mysterious carnivorous Pitcher Plant (also known by their scientific genus, Sarracenia).… Read More »How to Care for Pitcher Plants (Sarracenia) in Winter
Pretty ruby flowers stand out beautifully against green foliage.
An unusual copper-colored flower looks beautiful on this iris.
Light yellow flowers have chocolate-colored veining. A great, mild-mannered alternative to invasive Yellow Flag Iris.
A Floating Island is an easy way to add the beauty and benefits of aquatic plants to your pond.These devices are pretty simple but very good at their job. The… Read More »How to Plant a Floating Island for Your Pond
You have thousands of plants to choose from when it comes to building your pond ecosystem. Sound a little overwhelming? Luckily, most pond plants fall into one of six basic… Read More »8 Types of Plants Every Water Gardener Should Know
Chartreuse pitchers have unique pointed hoods. A prolific grower and a great choice for water gardeners who have little experience with carnivorous plants. Like other Pitcher Plants, carnivorous Yellow Jacket… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Carolina Yellow Jacket
This tall, showy pitcher plant has bright pink hoods when grown in full sun. Like other pitcher plants, Dana’s Delight produces a sweet-smelling nectar to attract insects. These bugs become… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Dana’s Delight Pitcher Plant
This gorgeous Sarracenia boasts bright green pitchers that transition to deep red at the ruffled lid. These red tops are speckled with eye-catching white speckles. Judith Hindle is a hybrid… Read More »Carnivorous Plant Spotlight: Judith Hindle Pitcher Plant