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  2. The plants in this gravel bog are Yellow Water Iris and Variegated Dwarf Sweetflag. Backyard Pond Located at the rear-center of the property is the Backyard Pond.

  3. Water and Bog Plants - YouTube

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    We have a nice selection of plants that can handle the water and bog areas near a pond or waterfall and will help make the transition between your garden ...

  4. Bog Plants - Water Iris | Page 1 of 1

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    Quality water plants for ponds and aquariums. 30 years in business, 250+ varieties of plants! Expert recommendations and assistnce available.

  5. Building A Bog Garden - University of Illinois Extension

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    In the winter cover the garden with several inches of mulch to help protect delicate plants. Use only rainwater or distilled water in the acidic bog. Tapwater contains minerals and chlorine harmful to bog plants. It is also neutral to alkaline in pH, and bog plants need a highly acidic soil.

  6. Hardy Shallow Water and Bog Plants | William Tricker, Inc.

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    Hardy Shallow Water and Bog Plants typically are considered perennials and will show their beauty year after year. Make sure to select a mixture of these wonderful plants with the tropical bog plants.

  7. Water Garden & Bog Garden Plants

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    water garden plants,aquarium plants,reptile ... It can be planted as a bog plant like the horsetail which looks really nice inter planted with this in a pot then ...

  8. Hardy Bog Plants Archives | Dragonfly Aquatics

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    Hardy bog plants grow in the shallow water or at the edge of a pond or stream. Marginal plants consist of pond plant varieties that stand above the water while their feet always remain wet. All of the hardy bog pond plants are perennials and will come back each spring and bloom at different times throughout the season.

  9. Bog Plants

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    A selection of hardy Bog plants for any Bog Garden or terrarium

  10. Pond plants for sale including marginal pond plants, aquatic plants, bog garden plants, water lilies and wildlife pond plants available from Puddleplants.

  11. Pond Plants: Simple Guide to Water Garden Success

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    Choosing the right variety of plants Pond plants are categorized as submerged plants, marginal or bog plants, floating plants, and deep water emergent plants.