We offer best quality aquatic plants.We have one of the largest selections of beautiful Aquatic Plants for sale.Aquatic Plants are some of the most important, beautiful, and most overlooked assets to any garden. Most people buy water plants because they look nice.quatic plants are used to give the aquarium a natural appearance, oxygenate the water, and provide habitat for fish, especially fry (babies) and for invertebrates.
Types of AQUATIC PLANTS
Waterlily Varieties Plants
Floating plants such as water hyacinth and water lettuce help reduce algae in the water garden. Water hyacinths reproduce rapidly; you may need to cull some of the plants from time to time. If you live in a warm climate, don’t throw water hyacinths into open water such as canals, ponds, etc.; it can be an invasive plant.
Most oxygenating grasses grow submerged deeply in water and either sit at the bottom of the pot or float on the water’s surface. Oxygenating grasses help maintain the proper pH balance and oxygen levels of the pond’s water. Examples: anacharis (Egeria densa), fanwort (Cabomba caroliniana), feather grass and blood grass.
Deep-water plants such as water lilies need at least one foot of water above their roots, a few square feet in which to spread their foliage. Water lilies help cool the water which reduces algae growth and maintains oxygen levels Plus, they have gorgeous blooms.
Bog plants should be placed so that the water level just covers the soil. In nature, bog plants grow naturally in shallow water at a pond’s perimeter. In a pond pot it may be necessary to set bog plants on top of rocks, on top of small inverted pots, or hang them from the edge to create a more shallow water environment. Perennial hibiscus even make fantastic bog plants.