Designing Water Gardens Tips & Tricks


Koi, Bamboo, Waterfalls, stone bridge, & aquatic plants are simply mandatory elements for a back
This video is a personal pond tour showing design elements of a well established eco-system pond in Redlands, California.

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  • Michelle
    on Sep 2, 2012

    Would Blue Henon be good bamboo? Wasn't sure if that was clumping or not... and I live in Idaho. It gets pretty cold here -10ish at times

  • The Pond Digger
    on Oct 16, 2012

    Michelle, I don't know Blue Henon bamboo. The cold tolerance is tricky for sure. We have a couple large clumpers (4"canes!) in our area that do well. I will have to check out the blue Henon. You should definitely look at Buddha Belly and Alphonse Karr clumpers. I think they will be tolerant in your climate.

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