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Marginal Rushes & Grasses for Pond filtration and attracting wildlife Print Page Print this page

Marginal pond plants display a wonderful array of vibrant flowers, but there are many wonderful aquatic grasses and pond marginal rushes that we grow for their natural architectural look and lush coloured foliage, these marginal plants are excellent for naturalising your pond margins and play a important part in attracting wildlife to your water garden,

The aquatic plants in this category 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 gravel.

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

some of our rushes and grasses 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 Gramineus Golden Edge-9 cm pots
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Acorus Gramineus Golden Edge-9 cm pots

Height: 30 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
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Was: £3.90Now: £2.93
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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
£3.90
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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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Butomus Umbellatus Rosenrot-RARE PLANT-barerooted
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Butomus Umbellatus Rosenrot-RARE PLANT-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 90 cm
Water Depth: 10-20 cm
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Was: £2.90Now: £1.89
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Butomus Umbellatus Schneeweibchen-RARE PLANT-Barerooted
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Butomus Umbellatus Schneeweibchen-RARE PLANT-Barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 120 cm
Water Depth: 10-20 cm
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Butomus Umbellatus-barerooted
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Butomus Umbellatus-barerooted

Flowering Time: July
Height: 90 cm
Water Depth: 10-20 cm
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Was: £2.90Now: £2.32
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Carex Elata Aurea-9 cm pots
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Carex Elata Aurea-9 cm pots

Flowering Time: April-May
Height: 70 cm
£3.90
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Carex Limosa-7 cm pot
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Carex Limosa-7 cm pot

Flowering Time: May-June
Height: 0-30 cm
Water Depth: Boggy
£2.90
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Carex Muskingumensis Oehme-9 cm pots
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Carex Muskingumensis Oehme-9 cm pots

Flowering Time: June-August
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£3.90
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Carex Muskingumensis-9 cm pots
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Carex Muskingumensis-9 cm pots

Flowering Time: June-August
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£3.90
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Carex Pendula-9 cm pots
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Carex Pendula-9 cm pots

Flowering Time: May-October
Height: 90 cm
Water Depth: 0-4 cm
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Was: £3.90Now: £3.12
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Carex Riparia Variegata-9 cm pots
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Carex Riparia Variegata-9 cm pots

Flowering Time: April-May
Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 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 Tigress-RARE PLANT-barerooted
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Dulichium Arundinaceum Tigress-RARE PLANT-barerooted

Height: 60 cm
Water Depth: 15-30 cm
£7.90
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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
£3.90
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