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Deep Water & Submerged Pond Plants essential for maintaining healthy water Print Page Print this page

All the pond plants in this category are fully submersible, but some are part terrestial (adapting to land and water) providing a safe exit onto land for baby frogs, toads and newts,

Excellent for oxygenating and maintaining clean healthy water. Many varieties have floating leaves and provide valuable cover and protection for fish and wildlife.

Floating leaves cut down on sunlight and help prevent green water and blanket-weed problems, and are also beneficial for removing excess nitrates.

Sold in lead weighted bunches or bare-rooted, some species are sold in 1 litre, 9 cm and 7 cm solid black pots,

Please see our category listings in the left hand menu for aquatic planting accessories, aquatic soils and aquatic gravel.

Aquatic plants and Water Lilies are heavy feeders so don't forget to add plant food to your shopping basket.

Some of our deep water and submerged 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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Potamogeton Crispus-barerooted
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Potamogeton Crispus-barerooted

Flowering Time: May
Water Depth: 45-100 cm
£2.90
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Potamogeton Luscens-bunched
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Potamogeton Luscens-bunched

Water Depth: 40-100 cm
£5.90
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Potamogeton Natans-barerooted
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Potamogeton Natans-barerooted

Water Depth: 10-120 cm
£2.90
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Potamogeton Perfoliatus-bunched
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Potamogeton Perfoliatus-bunched

Flowering Time: May
Water Depth: 45-100 cm
£3.90
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Ranunculus Aquatilis-bunched
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Ranunculus Aquatilis-bunched

Flowering Time: April-May
Water Depth: 10-60 cm
£2.50
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