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We have a popular collection of marginal plants that prefer deeper water. Some of these varieties will thrive submerged in the water up to a depth of 45 cm. All our plants are sold in 1 litre, 9 cm and 7 cm solid black pots or barerooted, depending on habit of variety and speed of seasonal growth. Please see our category listings in the left hand menu for aquatic planting accessories, aquatic soils and gravel. Aquatic plants and Water Lilies are heavy feeders so dont forget to add plant food to your shopping basket. some of our deep water plants are available in large quantities at special discounted rates, please see our trade discounts category in the left hand menu.

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Acorus Calamus Variegata-9 cm pots
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Acorus Calamus Variegata-9 cm pots

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-30 cm
£3.90
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Acourus Calamus-barerooted
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Acourus Calamus-barerooted

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 90 cm
Water Depth: 0-30 cm
25% Off
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Was: £3.90Now: £2.93
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Baumea Rubiginosa Variegata-barerooted
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Baumea Rubiginosa Variegata-barerooted

Height: 30-50 cm
Water Depth: 5-10 cm
£3.90
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Caltha Palustris Var Palustris Honeydew-RARE PLANT-barerooted
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Caltha Palustris Var Palustris Honeydew-RARE PLANT-barerooted

Flowering Time: March-April
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
£5.90
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Caltha Palustris Var Palustris-barerooted
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Caltha Palustris Var Palustris-barerooted

Flowering Time: March-April
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
£3.90
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Cyperus Longus-barerooted
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Cyperus Longus-barerooted

Flowering Time: July-August
Height: 60-140 cm
Water Depth: 0.20
£1.90
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Dulichium Arundinaceum-RARE PLANT-barerooted
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Dulichium Arundinaceum-RARE PLANT-barerooted

Height: 45 cm
Water Depth: 15-30 cm
30% Off
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Was: £3.90Now: £2.73
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Iris Pseudacorus Dragonfly Dance-barerooted
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Iris Pseudacorus Dragonfly Dance-barerooted

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 80 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
£11.90
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Iris Pseudacorus Golden Queen-barerooted
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Iris Pseudacorus Golden Queen-barerooted

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 90 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
£5.90
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Iris Pseudacorus Kelis Choice-barerooted
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Iris Pseudacorus Kelis Choice-barerooted

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 80 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
£7.90
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Iris Pseudacorus Mini Mart-barerooted
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Iris Pseudacorus Mini Mart-barerooted

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
£7.90
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Iris Pseudacorus-LARGE PLANTS-barerooted
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Iris Pseudacorus-LARGE PLANTS-barerooted

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
20% Off
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Was: £4.90Now: £3.92
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Justicia Americana-barerooted
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Justicia Americana-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-August
Height: 30-45 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm
£3.90
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Menyanthes Trifoliata-barerooted
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Menyanthes Trifoliata-barerooted

Flowering Time: April-May
Height: 30 cm
Water Depth: 15-60 cm
20% Off
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Was: £2.50Now: £2.00
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Persicaria Amphibian-barerooted
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Persicaria Amphibian-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 12-24 cm
40% Off
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Was: £2.90Now: £1.74
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