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Flowering Pond Plants

  • Water Hyacinth Bundle of 3

    4.6

    (102 Reviews)

    * Flowering Floating Plant * Most Popular Pond Plant * Increases Natural Filtration Water Hyacinth (also known as Blue Shell Flower) is easily the most popular and universally used floating water garden plant around. With its succulent leaves and bright purple petals the Water Hyacinth flower is…
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    $13.00
  • Giant Sensitive Plant Bundle of 2

    4.8

    (5 Reviews)

    * Yellow Flowering Floating Plant * Adds Dramatic Interest to Your Pond * Increases Natural Filtration Giant Sensitive Plant is a larger variety of the sensitive plant that can spread between 6 and 8 feet. The compound leaves will fold inward and droop with the slightest touch re-opening within…
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    $22.00
  • Lemon Bacopa Bundle of 5

    4.5

    (4 Reviews)

    …bog plant or in water as a floating or submerged plant. The Lemon Bacopa is a great aquatic pond plant for providing a place for fish to hide and reproduce. Lemon Bacopa plants are ideal for tucking into crevices along the pond edge bog area or waterfall. Please Note: Each order includes five plants
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    $19.00
  • Sensitive Plant Bundle of 2

    3.2

    (6 Reviews)

    Flowering Floating Plant * Adds Dramatic Interest to Your Pond * Increases Natural Filtration Sensitive Plant has compound leaves that will fold inward and droop with the slightest touch re-opening within minutes. This unique plant produces small globular yellow flower-puffs and as a floating plant
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    $16.00
  • …elevated pond that cascades down into a pondless waterfall. Think of this as a pondless waterfall with a pond in the middle. Combining allows you to enjoy fish and plants while keeping the water out of reach from small children. Start with a pond kit then add the extra Pond Liner Pond Underlayment…
    …Treatment Booster Plus will kill the cattails down to the root to prevent the plant from re-growing. The roots of pond cattails are the most difficult part of the plant to kill so allow the mixture to absorb into the plant for one to two weeks. This will ensure the treatment penetrates the root…
    …and rooted. A free-floating plant have roots underneath the plant to absorb nutrients from the pond's water but never touches the bottom while rooted floating plants often have showy flowers and large leafed foliage that sits on top of the water. * Emergent: Rooted plants like cattails grow along…
    …submerged plants like Naiad but lacks flowers true leaves and roots. It is easily identified by its strong musky odor when crushed and it's gritty texture due to calcium deposits on the plant. Algae Pros and Cons Surprisingly algae has many benefits to a pond's ecosystem. The tiny plants feed fish…
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