Water Gardening - Add a Water Element to Your Garden
The University of Illinois Extension has put together a very useful Water Gardening Primer with help on getting your water garden set up, finding appropriate water plants and keeping algae at bay.
Water Garden Plants - Flowers for Wet Areas
If you have marshy areas near your garden pond or just wet ares in your landscape, don't fight them, plant them with water garden plants.
Feng Shui of Water Elements in the Garden
Water can be beneficial or draining. About.com’s Feng Shui Guide helps us make the most of water features in the garden.
Water Lilies and Lotus Plants
Water gardens allow you to grow a whole new set of plants and two of the finest and easiest are waterlilies and lotus plants. Here are tips for keeping them happy in your water garden.
Water Lilies - Winter Care and Protection
Not all water lilies are hardy and even those that are, aren't hardy everywhere. To keep yours alive may take a little extra effort. Here are some ideas for protecting or storing your water lily plants over winter.
Water Gardening Handbook
While it is written with Texans in mind, this is an excellent handbook on the key elements of creating a water garden: design considerations, site selection, construction, plants and wildlife and maintenance.
The Pond Lady's Water Gardens
Water garden designer, Jan Goldfield, shares her years of experience creating, installing and maintaining water gardens with resources, tutorials and lots of ideas for creating your own water feature.