• Bog Plants | The Pond Guy

    www.thepondguy.com/category/water-gardens-fish-ponds-bog-plants These plants thrive in water and bring an appealing accent to your water garden, and we also offer hardy bog plants that stand up to colder weather. Order your bog garden plants today and take the next step to making your pond truly yours. Bog Plants. Filters. Shop By Type +-Bog (12) Floating (1) Shop By Color +-Blue (1) Brown (1)
  • Bog Plants: Water Plants for the Bog Garden

    www.liveaquaria.com/category/774 Bog plants are usually found at the water's edge in shallow water. Their roots grow underwater and their foliage emerges. These bog garden water plants are shipped in small pots and should be repotted in individual containers of approximately one to three gallons capacity and submerged to a depth of two to three inches.
  • Bog Plants – Water Garden Gems

    watergardengems.com/plants/bog-plants While Bog Plants are popular additions to most ponds, one of their most recognized uses is in Bog Filters. As the name suggests, Bog Filters create a “bog” of gravel and shallow water, into which many Bog Plants are introduced. Water then flows through the gravel (and the plants) and into the pond.
  • 10 Best Bog Plants For Ponds | Water Garden Advice

    watergardenadvice.com/bog-plants-for-ponds Bog plants grow best in soil that is constantly wet, but they prefer not to have water above the soil level. Marginal plants can grow in water that is up to 6 inches (15 cm) above the crown of the plant, so they can be planted in shallow areas of the pond or in a pot that is placed on the bottom of the pond.
  • Water and Bog Plants - YouTube

    www.youtube.com/watch We have a nice selection of plants that can handle the water and bog areas near a pond or waterfall and will help make the transition between your garden and the water.
  • Native Bog Plants (North America)– Pond Megastore

    pondmegastore.com/collections/native-bog-plants Plant Description Dwarf Variegated Sweet Flag is a smaller version of Variegated Sweet Flag. Dwarf Variegated Sweet Flag adds texture and interest to any area of your bog or water garden setting. Dwarf Variegated Sweet Flag has green and cream, upright striping making it a lively addition to your...
  • Perennial Hardy Marginal Pond Plants – Happy Frog Aquatics

    www.happyfrogaquatics.com/collections/flowering-perennial-bog-plants Accent your water garden with our beautiful flowering bog pond plants and reeds, cattails and rushes. Marginal pond plants planted along the edge of the water garden, stream-bed or waterfall will give your pond a natural appearance. Most of our bog pond plants are grown in 2" net pots to ensure good root development and to reduce transplant shock.
  • How to Make a Bog Garden: 9 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

    www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Bog-Garden A small bog garden can allow you to grow a range of interesting plants that enjoy being waterlogged and in the constant presence of water. It can be an ideal solution for the corner of the garden that's always just a bit soggy or a garden...
  • Marginal Aquatics Bog Plants | Plants for Wet Soil | Plant ...

    www.plantdelights.com/collections/bog-garden-plants If you have a soggy area or bog garden, don't drain it! We have marginal aquatic perennial plants for wet soil that are great for landscaping everything from rain gardens to damp soils. These garden perennials love moist spots and will make you fall in love with perennials that dry soil gardeners only dream of growing. Damp soil plants range from carnivorous plants like sarracenia and bog ...
  • Pond Plants - 10 Popular Pond Plants | Aquascape Blog

    www.aquascapeinc.com/water-gardening/plants/10-popular-pond-plants Many water gardeners enjoy the elegant splendor of the aquatic iris, which is among the first plants to bloom in the spring. Aquatic irises comprise such a large and diverse group – there are literally hundreds, if not thousands of cultivated and natural hybrids. The Blue Flag Iris is a native plant that can grow up to four feet tall!