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Water pond plants
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Pond plants serve different purposes. All of them make your pond
look better, but some help oxygenate while others act as a natural filter.
Before you buy, decide what your needs are based on your pond and the
fish in it.
· Bog plants – These plants are visible above the water
but their roots grow under the water.
· Submerged plants – These plants grow under the water
and help maintain the life of your pond by providing oxygen and regulating
algae growth which will in turn lead to a cleaner pond without you having
to do the work. These plants are the most important to have in your
· Floating plants – These plants are a beautiful addition
to any pond. They lay on the surface of your pond and do not need to
Certain pond water plants require a specific depth of water to survive
so make sure you research your plant’s needs. Also in the winter,
most plants need at least 2 to 3 feet of water to survive. Sunlight
is also a factor. Some plants need more than others so if you buy a
bunch of plants that require a lot of sunlight don’t put them
in a pond under a tree that receives a lot of shade.
It’s best to get a combination of bog, submerged, and floating
pond water plants. It looks the most natural and each type of plant
adds something different to your water garden.