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.
So, you have your pond, and you've bought your plants, now what? First of all, for best results, we advise our customers to grow all plants in individual containers (except for some oxygenators), often referred to as planting baskets or crates. Unlike standard flower...read more
Natural ponds and other watery places, when left to their own devices, tend to be associated with surrounding boggy bits. These can provide a wonderful growing area for all kinds of special plants such as marginal plants or bog/wetland plants. Both native an...read more
When planting up a pond, there is more than just colour or appearance to consider. We offer a range of pond plants all sizes of ponds and they fall into roughly three different categories: oxygenators deeper water plants marginal plants Each category of plants grows...read more
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