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A Huge Variety of Pond Plants

At Lilies Waters Gardens, we pride ourselves on our extensive range of pond plants available across our site.

Our native pond plants are extremely popular with our customers, as well as local wildlife; from dragonflies to amphibians. Pond plants not only add something vibrant and interesting to your garden or outdoor space, but airate your ponds and water features. All our pond plants are dispatched in 1 litre, 7cm and 9cm solid black pots,  certain species and cultivars are grown from tubers and rhizomes for example Water Lilies, Water Iris and Pontaderias, plants of this growing nature are sold as section barerooted plants, many of our perennials and alpine plants are sold as plug-plants that will make mature flowering sized plants the same season as purchase. 

If you would like to learn more about our huge selection of pond plants available on our site and at our nursery, then call us today on 01306 631064, or send us a message through our contact form.

Beautiful pond plants for your garden

Ever looked out into your garden and thought there was something missing? Perhaps your pond is looking a little drab and could use with something to bring out its colour? Pond plants come in a multitude of colours, shapes and sizes and are ideal for sprucing up your garden with a splash of vibrancy. At Lilies Water Gardens, we deliver all of our pond plants across the UK, so wherever you are, you have all of our pond plants on site readily available to you.

You will need some items to best care for your pond plants, such as planting accessories and aquatic soils and gravel, and when buying your pond plants it is a good idea to know how to care for them. If you are looking to buy pond plants from Lilies Water Gardens, then you should take a look at our FAQ page to find the answers to any of your questions about pond plants.

Pond plants create a fantastic environment for animals in your garden as well as maintaining a healthy and clean ecosystem for your pond. For everyone using our website, there are specific online only sales for certain pond plants and other accessories that you can find on this page.

Delivering pond plants across the UK

Whether you live in Scotland, Wales or England, we will be able to deliver our pond plants to you. Our nursery is open from the 1st March to 31st August, so make sure to pop by if you have any questions about pond plants that are not answered on the site. Please use our search bar at the top of our page to search for the name of the pond plants you are looking for, or the British Wild Aquatic Pond and Bog Garden Plants link to the left to browse our vast selection of pond plants on our website.

To learn more about our range of pond plants and to speak to a friendly and knowledgeable member of our gardening team, then call us today on 01306 631064, or visit our contact page.

Lilies Water Gardens Latest Blog Posts

Have you ever seen this amount of Frog Spawn?

(Sun, 24 Mar 2019 08:05:30 +0000)

  Have You Ever Seen This Amount Of Frog Spawn?   Going back in time to around 35 years ago, I had a friend called Tony who had a passion for British Amphibians,  He was so keen and interested in … Continue reading

The Three-Spined Fresh-water Stickleback

(Sun, 10 Mar 2019 09:38:13 +0000)

    The Three-Spined Fresh-water Stickleback   If anyone reading this article went pond dipping as a child, you will most likely remember catching Sticklebacks.  Also known by their Latin name Gasterosteus Aculaeatus, these small fish grow to 3-4 cm … Continue reading

Water Lilies and Iris Louisiana for Early Spring Planting in your pond

(Sun, 03 Mar 2019 08:34:45 +0000)

Water Lilies and Iris Louisiana for Early Spring Planting In Your Pond   Spring is the ideal time to plant Water Lilies and Iris Louisiana.  Both these wonderful pond plants come in all colours of the rainbow and are sold as … Continue reading

Now is the time to plant Caltha Palustris (marsh marigolds) in your pond

(Sat, 23 Feb 2019 09:08:02 +0000)

Now is the time to plant Caltha Palustris (marsh marigolds) in your pond Late winter/early spring is the ideal time to add Caltha Palustris (Marsh Marigolds) to your pond. They are the first marginal pond plants to flower and you … Continue reading

Clean your Pond Out In February

(Fri, 15 Feb 2019 17:12:20 +0000)

    Clean Your Pond Out In February Most of us would still consider February as winter however, in certain parts of the UK like the west counties of Devon and Cornwall, spring usually arrives earlier than the southern counties … Continue reading

Pond Plants or Water Garden Plants (what is the difference)?

(Sun, 10 Feb 2019 10:25:21 +0000)

Pond Plants or Water Garden Plants (What Is the Difference)?   This may well be one of the shortest articles I have ever written, but the two headings could cause a little confusion, so I need to explain.   Pond … Continue reading

The History of Lilies Water Gardens

(Thu, 31 Jan 2019 10:53:35 +0000)

The History of Lilies Water Gardens All journeys have a beginning and an end but, I can only write up to this present day as the future of Lilies Water Gardens is yet to be told.  I take a lot … Continue reading

Bare-Rooted Water Lilies

(Thu, 31 Jan 2019 09:51:19 +0000)

  Bare-Rooted Water Lilies   Hardy Water Lilies grow and spread from tubers and rhizomes.  These soft woody root stocks are designed by nature to store essential nutrients and in late summer and early Autumn, the stems, blooms and Water Lily … Continue reading

The Demoiselle, Natures Fresh Water Wonder

(Mon, 07 Jan 2019 10:43:09 +0000)

The Demoiselle, Natures Fresh Water Wonder Introduction My first sighting of a Demoiselle (from the Dragonfly family), was in North Devon whilst walking up a woodland stream.  Female Demoiselle are brown in color and not as easy to spot but the … Continue reading

Baldelia Ranunculoides (Lesser Water Plantain)

(Mon, 07 Jan 2019 10:30:30 +0000)

Baldellia Ranunculoides (Lesser Water Plantain) Lesser Water Plantain is a British, shallow marginal plant that grows in still fresh water at the side of very gentle free flowing water.  It has a creeping habit and produces a very pretty airy … Continue reading