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  2. Flowering Bog Garden Plants - The Spruce

    Let bog garden flowers, which thrive in wet soils, light up a soggy part of your landscape.

  3. Hardy Perennial Bog Plants - Springdale Water Gardens

    Do not plant those that will escape cultivation. Bog plants require fertilization two or three times a year. Fertilize with tablets according to label instructions (See Plant Supplies). For rapid show from newly planted plants we recommend planting in groups of three bare root plants. Do not mix plant varieties, they will compete for growing space.

  4. Perennial Bog Plants – Happy Frog Aquatics

    Accent your water garden with our beautiful flowering bog pond plants and reeds, cattails and rushes. Marginal pond plants planted along the edge of the water garden, stream-bed or waterfall will give your pond a natural appearance.

  5. Pond Plants - Bog Plants - Hardy Bog Plants - Flowering ...

    Hardy Bog Plants; Flowering Bog Plants; Flowering Bog Plants. Sort by: Blue Lobelia. $6.00. Compare. Cardinal Flower. $7.00. Compare. Lavender Musk . $7 ...

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

    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 ...

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  8. Bog Plants - Main Page | Page 1 of 1

    Bog Plants - Main Page. ... This is a useful plant along the edge of a pond or in a bog. The flowers are seen from spring through summer.

  9. All About Bog Plants - Springdale Water Gardens

    There are many types of Bog Plants that we offer. Visit Our Online Store! These perennial aquatic plants, sometimes called marginal plants or shallow water plants ...

  10. Perennials for Wet Sites - HorticultureHorticulture

    Third, the bog may be caused by springs coming to the surface. The last two kinds of bog are by far the most common. Pathways. If your bog is a large one, chances are you’re going to want some means of access through it, the better to appreciate the plants. A path through a natural bog, however, requires some planning.

  11. Flowering Plants that Grow on - Ontario Wildflower

    Flowering Plants that Grow on Bogs and Fens . Home: ... like a fen or bog, ... Bog laurel leaves after flowering.

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