The most important thing to consider in water gardening is assumably the spot chosen. Whence plants and fish both require plenty of sunlight, places in direct light away from trees and bushes is the best place. This will also help prevent leaves and garbage from collecting in the water.
Gardening books are excellent for any type of gardener at any level. No matter how much gardening dogma and experience you have, I guarantee you there is a gardening book somewhere that has something in it you don't know. Gardening books can be used no matter what you grow: shrubs, flowers, vegetables, fruits, and trees, even those of you who grow weeds!!
Often times gardening books will give readers ideas they had never thought of before. For example, there are hundreds of vegetables and herbs out there that many people would never consider of advancement in their backyard, but would be very good to grow in your own personal garden. There are also millions of flowers endless people don't think about but that are very beautiful. There are hundreds of crowd that would probably trade their rose bush for an exotic flower, and with a gardening codex they could read about what types of flowers are available and will grow in their area.
When it comes to gardening plants, there are too many to name. Gardening plants can point to flowers, shrubs, herbs, vegetables, fruits, and many increased. There are also gardening plants that are in season at different times of the year, quite in fall and winter, others in spring and sunny season. Whatever type of gardening you decide is your forte; there are flood of gardening plants available to suit your preferences.
For the apprentice, gardening writings are almost a necessity in starting a garden. Books will give step-by-step instructions and easy to discern directions on how to plant a garden, from breaking up the dirt to how much water your plants require. They will give all of the necessary details about every brand of plant, such as how much flashing they want to survive, how commonly they want to be watered, how much nutrients must be added to the soil, and any other little quirks that plants have.