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  2. Natural ponds have a profusion of flags, rushes, reeds and small flowering plants which delight the eye. Your pool will be more attractive and much more naturalistic ...

  3. Annual Bog Plants - Pond Plants Online

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    Annual bog pond plants accent the water garden by adding shape and color. Adding marginal plants along the edge of the water garden, stream bed or waterfall giv

  4. waterlilies, bog plants, shallow water plants, underwater plants, floating plants.

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

  6. Native pond plants, Bog garden

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    POND and WETLAND PLANTS . ... DEEP WATER (plants submerged); MARGINAL ... (Pitcher Plant) BOG : Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani ...

  7. At Dragonfly Aquatics we have over 350 varieties of pond plants for your pond or water garden. Submerged plants, floating plants, bog plants, water lilies and more.

  8. Fall and Winter Plant Care. Fall and Winter Pond CareThe summer has flown by, fall is here, and winter is … Hardy Water Lotus. Our Hardy Water Lotus are in stock ...

  9. Tips on Planting Pond Plants | Dragonfly Aquatics

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    How To Plant Pond Plants. ... Bog plants should only be in water deep enough to cover ... They are ordered separate from Dragonfly Aquatics on Flybynightfairygardens ...

  10. Filtering the Pond with a Bog Garden - International ...

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    A bog is an area that consistently has a water level several inches below the “soil” surface. In nature, bog soils are usually very high in organic materials and ...

  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.