Pond plants – new stock!

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Ponds make beautiful and useful additions to any garden and a huge range of designs are possible to suit the space available. Having a pond will increase the range of biodiversity in your garden and attract wildlife, either to drink or make it their home. We now have a wide range of oxygenators, marginal pond plants, plus deep water aquatics and waterlilies available for planting. In the shop we also stock baskets, pond liners, pumps, lights, water features/fountains, etc etc.

Now in stock – FIBRE OPTIC PLANTScirpus cernuus” £5.50

This wonderful foliage plant creates a fibre-optic effect, particularly when its slender tips are topped with small silvery white flower heads. A great architectural specimen for a bog garden or the margins of a pond, it can also be grown in a pot if you make sure it is kept really well watered.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Depth of water: 0-8cm (0-3in)
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to August
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Garden care: From mid-spring to early summer lift and divide congested colonies.

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RHS Pond Plants

RHS Aquatic Plants

RHS Pond Pages – construction, care, plants, problems

RHS Guide to Wildlife Ponds

BBC Build a Garden Pond Guide

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