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Water Garden Journal, 1st Quarter 2017

Spring 2017 Water Garden Journal cover

Spring 2017 Water Garden Journal cover

 

Spring 2017 Water Garden Journal

IN THIS ISSUE

~ President’s Letter

President Susan Davis reviews recent board actions.

~ Home Gardening Corner

Six great ground cover plant choices for the pathways around your pond.

~ Event Report

A preview of the 2017 IWGS annual Symposium in Pennsylvania, USA

~ Events Calendar

Upcoming water gardening events.

~ Book Review

Subir Ghosh reports on the book, “Illustrated Aquatic and Wetland Plants in Harmony with Mankind.”

~ Post-Symposium Report

Demi Fortuna shares a tale of great adventure in pursuit of the American Yellow Lotus in Mexico.

~ Expert Corner

Mike Gannon discusses how keeping Koi and goldfish can help children with Autism.

~ News Brief

Evidence of water plants in the diet of early humans.

Submissions

If you would like to submit water garden content for the next edition of the Journal, please send your submissions before June 1 to KathyJentz@aol.com

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Spring 2017 Water Garden Journal

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Water Garden Journal, 4th Quarter 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Water Garden Journal Winter 2016-17 issue

 

In THIS ISSUE

 

~ President’s Letter

The new IWGS President Susan Davis introduces herself and the rest of the new board leadership.

 

~ Home Gardening Corner

Five New Year’s pond resolutions to make and keep.

 

~ Event Report

A summary of the recent IWGS annual Symposium in Merida, Mexico.

 

~ New Lotus Registrations

The 22 newly named lotuses in 2016 are pictured and described.

 

~ New Waterlily Registrations

The 13 newly named waterlilies in 2016 are pictured and described.

 

~ Expert Corner

Mike Gannon describes the surprising spectacle of Koi or goldfish spawning in your backyard pond.

 

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Water Garden Journal, 3rd Quarter 2016

 

 

 

 

Cover of 3rd Quarter Journal 2016

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Presidents Letter
  •  From the Vault
  •  Expert Corner
  •  Garden Travel
  •  Online Community
  •  Invasive Update
  •  Home Gardening Corner
  •  New Plant Review

 

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Water Garden Journal,2nd Quarter 2016

 

IWGS 2016 Symposium Oct 25th - 29th in beatiful Merida, Mexico. Click to find out details.

2016 IWGS SYMPOSIUM

 

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Plant Registration
  •  Meomorial Fund Update
  •  Home Gardening Primer
  •  IWGS Symposium 2016
  •  Online Community
  •  Events Calendar
  •  Book Review
  •  Home Gardening Primer
  • Lotus Lore

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Water Garden Journal, 1st Quarter 2016

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

  •  Presidents letter
  •  Club Corner
  •  Home Gardening Primer
  •  Online Commumunity
  •  Memorial Fund Details
  •  IWGS Symposium Details 2016
  •  Chinese Red Lotus
  •  In Memoriam
  • Hybrid History
  • Lotus Research

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Water Garden Journal, 3rd Quarter 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:

  •  Presidents letter
  •  Club Corner
  •  Home Gardening Primer
  •  Growers Corner
  •  Online Community
  •  Expert Corner
  •  IWGS 2015 Symposium
  •  IWGS 2015 Pictorial 



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Water Garden Journal, 1st Quarter 2015

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

~ Presidents letter
~ Club Corner
~ Home Gardening Primer
~ Collectors Corner
~ Invasive Species Law
~ Events Calendar
~ IWGS 2015 Sympsoium
 

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2015 IWGS Symposium

Please click here to learn about  the IWGS 2016 Symposium in Merida, Mexico.   The 2015 IWGS Symposium will convene in Lawrence, Kansas, August 13th – 15th 2015. Plan to arrive Wednesday August 12!  If you are flying, your destination is …

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Water Garden Journal 3rd Quarter, 2014

 

In this Issue:

  • President's Letter
  • Club Corner
  • Home Gardening Primer
  • From the Library
  • IWGS 2014 Symposium
  • Grower's Corner
  • Lost Lilies
  • Made In Germany

 

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Water Snowflake

Water snowflake (Nymphoides spp.) is part of a large family of what are commonly called waterlily-like plants because their leaves float at the surface of the water while the roots are anchored in soil below – much like the habit …