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.

Eight steps to perfectly planted water lilies

We send out most of our plants bare rooted to keep delivery costs down. Meaning you will need to plant them up when they reach you. Even if you buy water lilies in pots, except for pygmy varieties like pygmaea Helvola, you will certainly need to re-pot them...

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Water lilies stole our hearts

In 1972 we installed our first pond in our garden. It was a preformed, kidney-shaped plastic pond with some shelves. We dug the hole, dropped in the container and filled it with water. Then, like so many people with a new pond, we thought 'Now what?' In those days,...

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