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Pond Plants to colonise and naturalize the edge of Streams and Ditches Print Page Print this page

The plants in this category have been chosen to bring natural or man-made streams and ditches to life, streams and ditches can be incorporated into Water Gardens joining up with existing ponds and will attract all kinds of wildlife includeing frogs, newts and if you are lucky Damoiselle Damselflies.

Sold in 1 litre, 9 cm and 7 cm solid black pots or sometimes  bare-rooted depending on the speed of seasonal growth and spread

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

Aquatic plants and Water Lilies are heavy feeders so dont forget to add plant food to your shopping basket.

Some of our pond plants for larger Water Garden projects are available in large quantities at special discounted rates, please see our trade discounts category in the left hand menu.

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Houttuynia Cordata-7 cm pots
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Houttuynia Cordata-7 cm pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 30 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
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Was: £2.90Now: £2.18
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Hydrocotyl Sibthorpioides-Chrystal Confetti-7 cm pots
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Hydrocotyl Vulgaris-7cm pot
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Hydrocotyl Vulgaris-7cm pot

Height: 10 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£2.90
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Hypericum Elodes-7 cm pot
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Hypericum Elodes-7 cm pot

Flowering Time: May-June
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
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Was: £2.90Now: £2.03
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Iris Ally Oops-barerooted
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Iris Ally Oops-barerooted

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-10 cm
£7.90
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Iris Ensata Angel Mountain-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Angel Mountain-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£5.90
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Iris Ensata Blue Spritz-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Blue Spritz-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Dirigo Editor-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Dirigo Editor-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Eileens Dream-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Eileens Dream-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£5.90
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Iris Ensata Ike-No-Sazanami-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Ike-No-Sazanami-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Indigo Delight-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Indigo Delight-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Japanese Plum-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Japanese Plum-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Momogasumi-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Momogasumi-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: August
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
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Iris Ensata Red Tessa-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Red Tessa-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Sugar Dome-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Sugar Dome-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Natural Marginal Pond Planting without using Aquatic Baskets in Lined Ponds

(Sun, 07 Apr 2019 08:07:20 +0000)

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

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The Three-Spined Fresh-water Stickleback

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

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