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BOG PLANTS AND MARGINAL PLANTS

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HARDY BOG PLANTS
Hardy plants will winter over well in northern climates.
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Hardy Bog Arrowhead
ARROWHEADS
Hardy Bog Cattails and reeds
CATTAILS
GRASSES & REEDS
GRASSES & REEDS
Hardy Bog Flowering
HARDY FLOWERING
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Floating Hearts
HARDY LOW GROWING
Hardy Bog Iris
IRIS
Hardy Bog Louisiana Iris
LOUISIANA IRIS
Hardy Bog Rushes
RUSHES
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TROPICAL BOG PLANTS
Tropical plants need to be removed from your pond before a frost.
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Tropical Bog Cannas
CANNAS
Tropical Bog Palms and Papyrus
PALMS & PAPYRUS
Tropical Bog Taro or Elephant Ear
TARO OR "ELEPHANT EAR"
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Tropical Bog Flowering
TROPICAL FLOWERING
Tropical Bog Low Growing
TROPICAL LOW GROWING


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. 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.

PLANTING BOG PLANTS - Plant these as you would lilies, again making sure that you don't cover the crown of the plant. The bog plants that we sell come in 2" net pots. Care should be taken when removing the plants from these net pots so you don't tear up the root system. Bog plants should only be in water deep enough to cover the pot.

 


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* Some states have bans on certain pond plants. Check the USDA Noxious Plants website prior to purchase. The buyer needs to beware of any regulations on plants that may be restricted. If your order gets confiscated by your state agriculture department we cannot be held responsible.

** We guarantee our plants will arrive alive and healthy. Pond Plants grow differently depending on where you live. If you took pond plants of the same type, and planted them in different parts of the USA, each plant would grow differently. This is Mother Nature at work. We cannot guarantee that your climate will support long term growth as this varies by location. Over time and experience you will find which pond plants thrive in your USDA Zone. Perhaps the best thing to do is to join our Pond, Watergarden and Plant Forum and ask some questions before you buy.

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