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Moist loving and bog garden plants for damp and wet areas around the pond

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Approx 9 moist loving plants to start a moist area of approx 1m squared. For a larger area please order multiples of this 1m square scheme and larger growing moist plant varieties will be included.

This scheme can be more ornamental and colourful using brighter flower colour and foliage interest and can be adapted to suit sunny or shaded situations. 
 
For a waterlogged area see the Muddy Bog collection on Planting Schemes pages
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Approx 9 British Native moist loving plants to start a moist area of approx 1m squared.
For a larger area please order multiples of this 1m square scheme and larger growing moist plant varieties will be included.
British Native plant For a waterlogged area see the Native Muddy Bog collection on Planting Schemes pages
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Aruncus dioicus (AGM) has upright white flowering plumes (Goats Beard)
Height 120cm (4').
Flowers June

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Astilbe chinensis var. pumila (AGM) has dense lilac plumes and green leaf
Height 30cm(12")
Flowers in July - September
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Dwarf Astilbe simplificifolia 'Sprite' (AGM) has loose spikes of pale pink flowers and dark green foliage
Height 20cm (8")
Flowers in June - August
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Dwarf Astilbe simplicifolia 'William Buchanan' has dainty cream flower spikes and crimson tinged foliage
Height 20cm (8")
Flowers in June - August
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Rounded heads of pink flowers on tall stems before the round leaves (30cm (12") across) on Darmera peltata (AGM)
Height 90cm (3').
Flowers April
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Eupatorium cannabinum (Hemp Agrimony) British Native has clusters of pink flower heads loved by butterflies and bees
Height 120cm(48")
Flowers August - October
British Native plant
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Pink flowers loved by butterflies and bees with striking white variegated foliage
Height 90 - 120cm (3-4')
Flowers July - September
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Open headed pink flowers on red stems loved by bees and butterflies. Eupatorium maculatum 'Phantom' is a dwarf compact form of Joe Pye Weed.
Height 90cm (36"). 
Flowers August - October 
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