Wildlife Pond Plants UK
Supplied to clients across the whole of the UK, we have a wide range of stunning pond plants for naturalising ditches, wet boggy and marshy areas, lakes, streams and ponds. In fact, our large range of UK aquatic plants are ideal for encouraging dragonflies, amphibians and other wildlife to your pond or back garden.
Available in a variety of pot sizes and styles, including 1 litre, 7 cm and 9cm solid black pots or bare rooted, our UK native wildlife pond plants are ideal for any outdoor space.
So if you're considering planting wildlife ponds and plants in your UK back garden, we have a wide variety of plants on offer that will flower in all seasons!
We supply and deliver our plants for wildlife ponds to customers across the whole of the UK, so whatever you need and no matter where you are located, we'll deliver it to you!
Help our your local environment with beautiful wildlife pond plants
Helping to promote local wildlife and create a sustainable garden is a fantastic goal for anyone, and we're proud to offer our wildlife pond plants to help do just that. All of our wildlife pond plants will encourage local wildlife to your pond, from frogs to newts, or other small animals.
It's worth bearing in mind that aquatic plants and wildlife pond plants like these are heavy feeders, so don't forget to add plant food to your shopping basket. Some of our plants are available in large quantities at special discounted prices so please see our trade discounts category in the left-hand menu.
In addition, please take a look at our range of dry goods in the top menu, which features a whole host of aquatic planting accessories, soils and gravel you can utilise to create the most effective pond plant for your UK garden.
Of course, if you can't find the wildlife pond plants you are looking for on our website, or you have any questions about pond planting requirements and solutions to duckweed and algae problems, don't hesitate to call us on 01306 631064 and we'll be happy to help.
When purchasing aquatic plants for use in UK ponds, it is important to know how to care for them, so make sure to take a look at our FAQ page for the answer to all of your questions.