A small brass leaf drips water into this orange pot nestled in between striking coneflowers.
Old washtubs rescued from the garden shed take on new life when a little water and pretty aquatic plants are added.
Beautiful waterlilies pop out from this ceramic cobalt blue bowl.
A copper pot provides a sturdy home for dainty water lettuce, creeping jenny and waterlilies.
A large, blue urn is the perfect foil against the weathered, brick patio. Aquatic plants rise from the stately urn while annuals dance in the wind in their soil-filled terra cotta pots.
Even if you already have a large water garden in your yard, you can still enjoy the simple beauty that a container water garden provides.
A container water garden can be a small investment. This small planter sports a few water lettuce. Quaint and simple fills the bill for this cottage garden.
Stately Taro stand at attention in this concrete urn, welcoming visitors to the backyard.
A plain, terra cotta pot gets dressed up with some moss and a decorative globe. A small, underground reservoir catches the dripping water and is pumped back up through the pot to repeat its cycle.
What type of container water garden will you create?
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