- 6 pond plants, flowering and oxygenating, ideal for small ponds
- Enjoy flowering plant displays year after year
- Fills a Corinthian bowl for a thriving water feature
- Supports UK aquatic life
- Attracts dragonflies and other pollinating insects
- 1 litre pot plants delivered to your door, ready for your putting in your pond
Enjoy this specially selected collection of flowering and oxygenating pond plants. These six aquatic plants combine well to fill a small pond or Corinthian bowl pond feature for year-on-year leaves and flowers that attract useful, pollinating insects.
The summer-long flowers attract dragonflies and damselflies as well as pollinating bees. The flowers complement the foliage of the different plants to make an overall thriving pond display.
You receive one 1 litre pot plant of all the following:
Scirpus cernus (fibreoptic grass): This superb oxygenator has amazing 'fibre optic' flowers! These attractive plants provide shelter and breeding areas for wildlife and are also effective natural water filters. Height: 30cm
Iris pseudacorus (yellow flag): Our native broad-leaved flag iris is ideal for UK ponds. Irises add summer colour to ponds and provide shelter and breeding areas for wildlife; they also help keep water clear. Recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society. Height: 80cm
Mimulus guttatus (monkey flower): Mimulus guttatus plants becomes covered in lots of attractive bright yellow trumpet-shaped, spotted flowers. Height: 30cm
Acorus gramineus (slender sweet flag): Attractive sword-like semi-evergreen leaves emerge from the water and last through the autumn and into winter. Height: 30cm
Aponogeton distachyos (water hawthorn): Autumn-flowering scented white flowers on a backdrop of waterlily-like pads. Pads provide shelter for aquatic wildlife. Height: 10cm
Elecharis acicularis (dwarf hair grass): oxygenating leaf-plant perfect for keeping pond water clear and providing oxygen to pondlife. Height: 5cm
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