Home > Pond Plants > Bog Plants: Bog Plants Bog plants are usually found at the water's edge in shallow water. Their roots grow underwater and their foliage emerges.
Bog plants are also referred to as "Marginal Plants" by water gardener's. 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.
Bog plants are planted around the perimeter of your pond or in shallow areas. There is a lot of variety in the color, size, and shape of these plants, so they are sure to attract everyone's attention.
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They may utilize a wide range of marginal pond plants, bog plants, and even many terrestrial garden plants. These bog filter gardens have two primary functions: beauty and filtration. The bog filter provides a perfect background for the pond, showcasing plants while allowing more pond surface area to remain open.
Perennial or hardy bog pond plants accent the water garden by adding shape and color to the pond. Adding marginal plants along the edge of the water garden, stream-bed or waterfall will give your pond a more natural appearance. Our bog plants are mature established plants, not new starts.
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BOG PLANTS, POND LOTUS AND MARGINAL POND PLANTS - Hardy bog plants and tropical marginal pond plants accent the water garden by adding shape and color to the water garden. Adding bog plants or marginal plants along the edge of the water garden, stream bed or waterfall will give your pond a more natural appearance.
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