Tag: planting up my pond

Growing Pond Plants in Biodegradable Pots

Growing Pond Plants in Environmentally Friendly Biodegradable Pots I have been experimenting with growing pond plants in biodegradable pots known as Vi pots. These are made from natural fibre extracted from annual crop waste such as rice husk. The pots come in 2 different sizes. All have 4 small drainage holes in their base, a […]

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Marginal Pond Plants or Bog Garden Plants

  Marginal Pond Plants Or Bog Garden Plants There seems to be a lot of confusion and inaccurate  information all over the internet on the categorizing of marginal pond plants and bog garden plants.  Like before in many of my articles I will now endeavor to set the record straight.  This information will be essential and informative […]

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Planting Marginal Pond Plants

Planting Marginal Pond Plants What is a marginal pond plant?  The best answer is a plant that naturally grow and adapt to shallow waters. Marginal plants are true aquatics that will thrive where the water level meets the land.   In the natural world, this is exactly what happens.   As a grower and collector of plants from […]

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