Floating Pond Plants

Floating Pond Plants

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Floating Pond Plants help to cut out a certain amount of light entering the water, which in turn, helps to prevent the water turning green.
 

The Eichornia, Hydrocharis, L. Polyrhiza and Pistia are generally not available until May. Some Floating Pond Plant varieties may grow abundantly in certain positions. Normally they are easy to control. Please see the 'Advice' page and then 'Planting' for details of planting out and general care.

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SAVE £0.60. Ivy Leaved Duckweed - Lemna Trisulca floating pond plant - Native. Matted fronds of ivy-like foliage. Very attractive. Ideal for tubs, sinks and any size pool.

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£2.40 / unit(s)

SAVE £0.60. Water Hyacinth - Eichornia Crassipes floating pond plant  is well known for its lavender-blue flowers in July and August.  Eichornia Crassipes has bulbous foliage with lush glossy leaves which are spongy and inflated at the base which makes them bouyant in water.

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£2.40 / unit(s)

SAVE £0.60. Water Soldier - Stratiotes Aloides floating pond plant - Native. Foliage like that of a pineapple. Stout leaves with sharpe spines. Pretty white flowers in July. Sinks in the Autumn and rises in the spring.

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SAVE £0.60. Common Duckweed - Lemna Minor floating pond plant - Native. Light or dark green fronds, varying in size depending on position. Can be invasive if not kept under control.

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£2.40 / unit(s)