Caring for your pondplants

We offer expert advice on how to get the most out of your pond plants so that you can enjoy them for years to come. We can advise you on everything from how many waterlilies or marginals you can have in your pond and how best to display them to keeping your plants healthy and catering to the special needs and requirements of your plants.

Follow the links below to read more about caring for your water lillies, marginal and oxygenators or plants for special places and purposes.

As featured on Gardener’s World

We were thrilled to watch Monty Don taking such good care of our little Candida lily on Thursday 12th July's Gardener's World. A couple of weeks ago the phone rang. I was busy watering (unsurprisingly!) and nearly couldn't reach it in my pocket.  I'm very glad I did...

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Practical tips for building a new pond

Location, location, location! When planning on building a pond, think about the water table. Most people today build their pond using a plastic or rubber liner. Beware though, build a pond where the water table level can rise to above the bottom your pond and you are...

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Invaders to avoid – Banned invasive plants

Ever wondered what happens when plants do too well in our ponds, lakes and waterways? Some invasive plants can be a real problem. It's up to all of us to prevent them from getting a hold in our local environment.  But would you know one if you saw one? At Merebrook...

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2018 Summer Break All orders received up until 12 noon on Tuesday 24th July will be dispatched by Wednesday 25th July. Orders received after the cut off will be dispatched week commencing Monday August 13th. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Dismiss