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What combination of plants should I choose for my container pond?

April 2014
Choosing plants for a balanced container pond
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How do I position the plants in the correct depth of water in the container?

April 2014
Positioning the plants in the container
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Unwanted invasive pond plants

April 2014
See the invasive non-native pond plants banned in England from April 2014
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Time to check pond plants and divide if necessary

April 2014
Divide pond plants and waterlilies in April when starting into activity
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Which plants could help toads to spawn?

April 2014
Toad friendly ponds
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Advice - blanketweed

March 2014
Advice on how to inhibit or cure your pond of blanketweed or green filamentous algae
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How can I help frogs to spawn & survive in my pond?

March 2014
Encourage frog breeding in your pond
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What are the best plants to encourage newts?

March 2014
How to encourage newts to your pond
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My newts have returned already

March 2014
My newts have returned to the ponds in the Nursery already
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Build and plant a bog garden around your pond

March 2014
Create a wildlife habitat area around your pond
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Oxygenators - seasonal availability

February 2014
seasonal availability of oxygenating plants
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Surface cover plants - seasonal choices

February 2014
The choices of pond plants to cover the water surface at different times of year
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Build a pond - digging it out

February 2014
digging a pond with shelves
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Planting deeper water areas - shelf 3

February 2014
Plants for deep water areas of the pond
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The first flowers in the pond

February 2014
Water Hawthorn are the first flowers in the pond this year
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Winter in the wildlife pond

January 2014
Winter in the wildlife pond
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More wind and rain.

January 2014
Use this month to plan extra water garden features for next season
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Planting the marginal shelves - shelf 0, shelf 1, shelf 2

January 2014
Explaining the different marginal pond plant shelves
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What should I think about when I want to build a wildlife pond?

January 2014
Learn how to build a new wildlife friendly pond.
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Buiding a pond - siting the pond

January 2014
Where should I put my new garden pond?
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Our 3rd Gold medal for pond plants at Chelsea Flower Show 2013

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Waterlilies / surface cover plants
Tiny miniature waterlilies, pond waterlilies & surface cover plants
 
Pond plants
Ready potted pond plants for ponds and patio pond containers
 
Oxygenating plants
Submerged oxygenator plants for deeper water areas of the pond
 
     
Pond products
Coloured patio pond containers and water gardening accessories
 
Planting schemes
Collections of pond plants for pond containers and ponds
 
Moist & bog plants
Plants for moist soil and bog gardens
 

Latest news updates
Follow our diary of pond events: Click for April 2014
 
Pond plants, waterlilies, submerged oxygenators and moist/bog plant orders are normally dispatched within a week of ordering on a Monday - Thursday from our growing Nursery in Leicestershire.
 
Portable container ponds are taking between 1-3 weeks to deliver from the fibreglass manufacturer dependant on finish colour and size as some size and colour combinations are made bespoke for each customer.
Water Hawthorn flowers in early Spring
 
Aponogeton distachyos (Water Hawthorn) plants already have leaf on the pond surface as the weather has been so mild recently.
These are available now potted in 2 litre baskets at £12.00
 
Our service for you 

We send out to you ready potted pond plants and waterlilies able to be placed straight into your pond or patio container pond on receipt - no need for you to order mesh baskets, compost or plant them yourself from barerooted plant pieces.

We make it easier for you with our ready rooted baskets
 
Our aquatic plant ranges include all the different types of pond plants you will need to plant in the various depth areas of water of your pond and can be purchased singly or as prepared planting schemes put together by us to take away any worry that you may not be planting a balanced selection of oxygenating plants, marginals and surface cover plants for your size of water area. We can select plants for sunny ponds or for those in partial shade. These planting schemes can contain waterlilies and architectural pond plants to suit formal ponds or British Native pond plants to create wildlife habitats for the creatures you want to encourage to come and breed in your wildlife pond.
 
Our moist and bog plants cater for areas of the garden that could vary from 'wet mud' through to conditions that are only 'damp or moist' - use these keywords in our search box to find the right plants for you. These plants will form the 'emergence zone' on stream edges or in bog gardens surrounding the pond edge that will give foliage cover that pond amphibians will use to hide amongst for protection as they leave the water.
 
Our container ponds are an ideal way to introduce water gardening into the smallest garden spaces which could be a balcony, patio or as a separate focal point within a larger garden. These are a wonderful way to show off the smallest pond plants in our range including the miniature waterlilies. We have prepared planting schemes for these container ponds too, as well as the support grid to stand the planted baskets in to hold them at the required depth.

For good quality hardy plants online for your garden borders we recommend Redman Hardy Plants 
(Hardyplantsonline). Growers of their own plants in Essex - our daughter and her partner.
                                                  
                                         
  
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