ANYTHING THAT HOLDS WATER CAN BE A TINY WATER GARDEN
1) Get a container, from as small as a teacup to a half barrel (24×16). Best to purchase plastic liner from a garden center if the container might have toxins.
2) Combine different shapes, sizes and colors of water plants including floating and submersed water plants.
3) Care with: enough light, fertilizer tablets and topping off water. Set it out in the spring and bring it in in the winter!
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