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    www.pondplants.com/aisle33.html

    Plants for the marginal bog areas of your pond. These plants also work extremely well planted in flowing creeks and waterfalls.As always, if you have any questions ...

  3. Bog Plants: Water Plants for the Bog Garden

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    Bog plants are usually found at the water's edge in shallow water. Their roots grow underwater and their foliage emerges. These bog garden water plants are shipped in small pots and should be repotted in individual containers of approximately one to three gallons capacity and submerged to a depth of two to three inches.

  4. List of Bog and Marginal Aquatic Plants | Vite Greenhouses

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    Plants form a clump of narrow, grassy leaves, bearing upright stems of fat, round brown cat-tail flowers during the summer. These remain attractive well into the winter. Excellent for cutting.

  5. Please list the hardiest of bog plants - Houzz - GardenWeb

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    I live in zone 4, on the base of a hill. I am lucky to get 4 hours of sun a day. My soil is heavy grey clay and will stay soaking wet for a good part of the Spring ...

  6. Native pond plants, Bog garden

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    POND and WETLAND PLANTS . ... DEEP WATER (plants submerged); MARGINAL (up to 30cm of water); WET (constantly moist soil); BOG (moist, acidic soils)

  7. Bog gardens: plants for/RHS Gardening

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    Bog plants love wet soil but not swimming in water. Avoid areas where there is standing water or where the ground is flooded for long periods of time. If the ground has standing water that does not drain, pond marginals will be more suitable Spring is the best time to choose plants and plant a bog garden; When choosing bog plants, check for the light requirements.

  8. 11 Striking Bog Plants | HGTV

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    Get suggestions for plants that will love the moist to wet areas of your landscape on HGTV.com.

  9. Damp Areas Beside Water – Bog Plants - Burncoose Nurseries ...

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    Damp Areas Beside Water – Bog Plants - Burncoose Nurseries - plants by mail order direct to you Plants available to buy on this page include the following: ACANTHUS ...

  10. Bog Garden Plants | Greenwood Nursery

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    Bog Garden Plants - Creating a bog garden is a good solution to low lying areas with poor drainage. While our selection of bog plants won't mind getting their feet ...

  11. These plants are found along the edges or margins of ponds in nature. Bog plants grow in shallow water and prefer wet sloppy mud. The hardy bog plants will winter over well in most northern climates. Tropical bog plants can be grown in any climate, but if you live in the north you will need to bring them in before the first cold spell.