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Plants are essential players when it comes to properly oxygenating, aerating, and filtering your pond’s water.
Marginal and emergent plants are essential parts of any healthy pond garden. These plants are partially submerged in water
Bog plants, or terrestrial plants, are those which are perfectly satisfied with their roots in saturated, moist soil, but prefer to keep their stem and leaves dry.
Damage from spider mites can appear as small yellow or brown spots, or webbing on leaves that looks like it's been left by a spider.
Just how many plants do I need? Maintaining around 60% plant coverage over and within your pond will help absorb and utilize any excess nutrients in the pond.
Consider the whole year. Will the plants you’re choosing be able to last through cold winters?
Plants are an essential part of any healthy, self-cleaning pond.
Floating plants are excellent ways to add shade and shelter to your pond while also filtering out toxins and providing clean water.