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  Dwarf Bamboo
Bamboo, Dwarf
Grass, Sedge
Strawberries and Cream Variegated Ribbon Grass
Grass, Strawberries & Cream
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  Hardy Umbrella Grass
Grass, Umbrella
Gold Variegated Reed
Reed, Gold Variegated
Variegated Giant Reed
Reed, Giant Variegated
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Grasses and reeds are a special type of wetland in which plants form a mat that extends over the water like a floating shelf. As the plants die, the shelf thickens. The dead plants pushed below the water decay very slowly, due to lack of oxygen and high acidity. The mat eventually extends down to the lake bed, and the mat closes the open water on the lake. It is the floating mat which gives the sensation of a “quaking” bog. But please don’t try it! The plants which make up the floating mat are fragile – you can break through, which is dangerous to you and the bog! Tales of heavy equipment, cars, horses, and people sinking out of sight in bogs are legendary. Many of them are true. Bog plants include the carnivorous pitcher plant, sundew, poison sumac and dwarf birch. American Indians used to burn bogs periodically to spur growth of cranberries and blueberries.

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Premium Koi and Fancy Goldfish Website
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Algae Eating Japanese Trapdoor Snails
Algae Eating Japanese Trapdoor Snails

* 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.

*** We reserve the right to substitute Out of Stock plants of equal or greater value unless you specifically request otherwise in the remarks section of your order you submit. We try our very best to update the website availability and show plants that are Out of Stock.

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