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  2. Bog - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogland

    The gradual accumulation of decayed plant material in a bog functions as a carbon sink. Bogs occur where the water at the ground surface is acidic and low in nutrients.

  3. Growing the Lovely Bog Rosemary in Your Home Garden

    www.thespruce.com/bog-rosemary-home-garden-3269203

    How to Grow Bog Rosemary in Your Home Garden ... During dry periods or droughts, you should water often. Bog Rosemary is poisonous because of andromedotoxin, ...

  4. What are Marginal Plants? (with pictures) - wiseGEEK

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    Marginal plants are plants that grow naturally or thrive in wetlands, bogs, or shallow water. The main types of marginal plants...

  5. Peat - Wikipedia

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    Formation. Peat forms when plant material does not fully decay in acidic and anaerobic conditions. It is composed mainly of wetland vegetation: principally bog plants ...

  6. Carnivorous Plants - Big Thicket National Preserve (U.S ...

    www.nps.gov/bith/learn/nature/carnivorous-plants.htm

    Four of the five types of carnivorous plants found in North America can be found in Big ... One common habitat is in nutrient-poor bog lakes. In the open water, ...

  7. Cream Water Iris pseudacorus bastardii Pond Plant Marginal ...

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    They will need to be placed in water shortly after opening. ... Details about Cream Water Iris pseudacorus bastardii Pond Plant Marginal Plant Bog.

  8. Pinhook Bog a nature site unlike any other | Chesterton ...

    www.nwitimes.com/news/local/porter/duneland/chesterton/pinhook-bog...

    Did you know there’s a nearby bog where you can literally walk on water and see insect eating plants?

  9. GardenOntario: North Bay Horticultural Society - about ...

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    North Bay Horticultural Society : ... BOG OR MOISTURE LOVING PLANTS (OUT OF WATER) OYGENATING PLANTS FLOATING PLANTS; Marginal Plants Roots in water

  10. The Bog Garden at Benjamin Park (Greensboro) - All You ...

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    The Bog Garden at Benjamin Park, Greensboro: See 283 reviews, articles, and 114 photos of The Bog Garden at Benjamin Park, ranked No.4 on TripAdvisor among ...

  11. The home page for the United States Department of Agriculture PLANTS Database