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  2. A Bog Garden - Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    The bog garden had to complement and maintain the integrity of this design framework, forming an exuberant planting bed with lots of relaxed and tumbling plants to mirror the one on the opposite side of the lawn.

  3. What are Bog Plants? -

    Sometimes referred to as marginal or shallow water plants, bog plants are decorative or food producing plants that require a minimum of soil to root. Instead, the plants thrive in conditions where they are surrounded with water and are exposed to direct sunlight for much of the day.

  4. Tips on Planting Pond Plants | Dragonfly Aquatics

    Most bog plants will work in 2 to 3 gallon pots. Lilies do best if they have more room, so a 2 to 5 gallon pot is desired for them. To prepare the soil, mix the soil with water from the pond to make a nice thick mud. Then fill the pot that you have chosen to about 2” from the top with your mud mix.

  5. Bog Gardens - Gardening Solutions - University of Florida ...

    Plants for Your Bog Garden Start by adding tall flowering plants like red hibiscus (also called swamp mallow), yellow cannas, or blue flag irises to give your bog garden vertical interest. Then use shorter plants like carnivorous pitcher plants and sundews to fill in the foreground.

  6. Bog Plants - Water Garden Gems

    Bog Plants Bog (Marginal) Plants. Aquatic plants are essential to a healthy water garden and add great value and beauty to any pond. Marginal Water plants are very ...

  7. Bog Garden Plants | Greenwood Nursery

    Bog plants can be planted in wet or damp soil that is about 1 or more feet away from standing water. For planting in standing water, visit your local aquatic store. Landscaping with a water garden creates a dramatic effect and makes a serene addition to any landscape.

  8. Plants & Animals of the Bog | Friends of Cedarburg Bog

    Sign Up for News Home; Bog News; About Us. Why We Exist; What We Do; Who We Are; Our Friends; Special Projects

  9. Perennial Bog Plants – Happy Frog Aquatics

    Perennial Bog Plants. 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.

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

    Plants will grow to a size that is directly proportional to the size of the pot, with a given soil mix. Cover the holes in the bottom of the pot with a single layer of newspaper. Pre-moisten the soil with a small amount of water. Fill the container 1/4 full with Just Right Soil for Bog Plants.

  11. Growing in the gravel are bog plants that take up the plant food. ... Nelson Water Gardens and Nursery | March 31st Pond Construction II 11:00 am says: