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here to see our selection of Aquatic plants.
plants are necessary if you want to have a fish pond or other
water garden. A pond needs an ecological balance of aquatic plants,
fish, and water snails. The plants provide food for the fish and the
water snails clean up the fish waste that is decaying on the bottom.
Aquatic plants come in three categories: stem plants, rosette plants,
and ferns and mosses. Stem plants come from cutting the stems off
of the mother plant. Some stem plants that are good in a pond are
Scarlet Hygro, Water Hyssop, Fanwort, and Anachris. These plants can
grow from just placing the stems in the water. Rosette aquatic plants
are similar to stem plants that they can grow from cuttings and placed
in the water. Rosette plants will bloom and have flowers. Some Rosette
plants are the orchid lily and Amazon swords. Both grow well in ponds.
The last type of aquatic plants is ferns and mosses which do very
well in wet climates. Some of the names of these plants are Azolla,
Salvinia (both floating ferns),Water Sprites, and Java ferns. When
choosing aquatic plants for your pond, determine your climate and
spacing of the plants before you buy. Ask lots of questions, and your
local greenhouse expert should be able to assist you with the right
artificial pond plants
We have artificial pond plants that will provide shade for your fish
and style for your pond.
We sell both artificial pond plants and live pond plants of various
silk pond plants
Our silk pond plants are not only beautiful, they provide valuable shade
water pond plants
Whatever type of water pond plants you desire, you can find them here