Floating aquatic plants can be a very effective way of adding filtration and surface coverage to a water garden. Since these are free-floating plants (having no roots anchored in soil), they draw 100 percent of their nutrients directly from the water, feeding on nutrients that would otherwise feed algae.
If you take the garden out of “water garden,” all you’re left with is … well, water. Water is beautiful in and of itself, but the garden part is what makes your pond truly special. Regardless of why you got into the water garden hobby, plants in your pond are an important part of the overall water garden recipe. Here are 3 reasons why plants are so important to your pond.
We are happy to announce that we have just received a shipment of Baby Koi and Plants! Just in time for the pond season, stock your pond with high-quality, beautiful fish and plants to help keep your water feature naturally balanced. Stop in Monday through Saturday, from 10 to 5 to view our great selection of pond fish and plants.