Watergardening - Marginal and oxygen plants


 

No pond is complete without marginal and submerged plants to form a complex, self-sustaining environment that keeps the pond healthy and looking great.  Contrasting structures and leaf forms provide greater interest and flowers add another aesthetic element.

Reeds, rushes, flaxes and grasses can provide stark sculptural outlines that punctuate and frame reflections of winter skies, while spring brings a continuous unfurling of lush new foliage and flowers in and around the water.  

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