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  2. Caring for Bog Plants - Springdale Water Gardens

    Bog Plant Shelf for Direct Planting During construction of the pond, minimize the use of shelves for potted plants and build instead planting pockets for bog plants right in the edge of the pond. Size of the planting areas can vary greatly, from a tiny sliver of space to large planting zones.

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  3. Tips on Planting Pond Plants | Dragonfly Aquatics

    Most of the bog plants that we sell come in 2” net pots. Care should be taken when removing the plants from these pots. Bog plants should only be in water deep enough to cover the pot.

  4. Create a Beautiful Bog Garden | HGTV

    The gardening experts at show how to create a bog garden for plants needing moist soil.

  5. FAQ - Plants - Directions for Planting Bog Plants | Page 1 ...

    Bog Plants. When you receive your plant in the mail, carefully remove it from the box. Try to avoid breaking roots and leaves from the plant, although it should be ...

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

    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 ...

  7. How to Make a Bog Garden. A small bog garden can allow you to grow a range of interesting plants that enjoy being waterlogged and in the constant presence ...

  8. 10 Plants to Grow in a Bog Garden |

    If your garden conditions aren't completely suited to the growing requirements of a particular bog plant, don't be put off. Wetter areas can be created by digging up damp soil and placing a plastic liner underneath with holes puncturing it, to retain some drainage.

  9. How to Plant Pond Plants -

    How to plant pond plants Basic planting diagrams for bog/marginal plants, water lilies and water lotus and other aquatic plants

  10. All About Bog Plants - Springdale Water Gardens

    Larger containers will produce larger plants. Fertilization will determine the rate of growth and the lushness of the foliage. Excessive feeding will cause the plant to grow very large. Feed most bog plants one to three times per growing season using fertilizer tablets. Keep dead or dying leaves pinched off for the best appearance.