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  2. 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 ...

  3. Bog - Wikipedia

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    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 ...

  4. POND|PLANTS|WATER LILIES|WATER|GARDEN|PLANTS|LOTUS

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    Pond Plants & Water Lilies, Buy Water Garden Plants and Water Hyacinth & Lotus for the pond

  5. Bog Garden Plants And Design Info – What Is A Bog Garden

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    Nothing beats the natural appeal of a bog garden. Creating an artificial bog garden is both fun and easy. Most climates are suitable for bog garden plants. Read here ...

  6. Bog Plant Identification | Garden Guides

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    Benefits. A bog is a type of wetland that is characterized by swampy conditions such as a high rate of decomposed organic material and alkaline water.

  7. Van Ness Water Garden: Bog Plants and Marginals

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    Aquatic Garlic : This California native is a great new addition to any water garden. It grows stems of one to two feet and blooms in June. It has lavender pink ...

  8. Bog Plants: Water Hibiscus - SunlandWaterGardens.com

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    Bog Plants: Hibiscus. Water Hibiscus add a touch of the exotics to your water garden with the Red Night Blooming Hibiscus. This hardy perimeter pond plant features ...

  9. Create a Beautiful Bog Garden | HGTV

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    A perforated hose, which allows water to seep out slowly, will make it easier to keep your bog garden wet during dry periods. Sink it into the soil all the way around ...

  10. More Hardy Bog Plants - Hardy Bog Plants

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    More Hardy Bog Plants . Bring further interesting and exotic variety to your pond with even More Hardy Bog Plants.

  11. Wetlands Classification and Types | Wetlands Protection ...

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    Marshes are defined as wetlands frequently or continually inundated with water, characterized by emergent soft-stemmed vegetation adapted to saturated soil conditions.