Marsh plants pond
Marsh plants, also known as riparian plants, are, as the name implies, aquatic plants that are in a marshy area. This means that these plants like to have wet roots.
Marsh plants purify and filter the water in ponds. By placing these grass- and reed-like plants, you ensure that the pond is complete. Thanks to their strong root systems, marsh plants grow quickly and root themselves firmly into the pond bottom, from which they get their nutrition. In addition, marsh plants are hardy. Hardy means that they can survive in cold weather with frost and do not require covering.
Which bog plants are best to place? In our assortment you will find the most popular and best working marsh plants. For example, choose the hardy yellow lis with a graceful appearance because of its yellow flowers. With more than 15 species of marsh plants to choose from, you can decorate your pond entirely to your taste.