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Pond plants sent ready potted for you in a mesh basket and rooted into aquatic soil

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£84.00
Mainly British Native plants to start a wildlife pond of approx 24 sq ft surface area (6ft x 4ft) or 5 sq m (2.23 x 2.23m)
6 portions Native submerged oxygenators, 6 shallow Native marginal plants (ready potted), 2 Native floating plants or potted rafting plants dependant on seasonal availability, 1 waterlily (ready potted, white but smaller in size than Native white) or equivalent if the pond is in a shaded area.
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Selection of plants to start a 24 sq ft surface area pond (6ft x 4ft) 
includes 6 portions submerged oxygenators, 5 shallow marginal plants (ready potted), 1 deep aquatic plant (ready potted), 1 floating plant, 1 waterlily (ready potted). Any preference of colours can be worked in - please give us your requirements via Contact us or in the delivery instructions box following the checkout page.
 
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British Native. Green leaf with a central rib and a dense seedhead spike not a flower. Rubbing the foliage of Acorus calamus gives a 'tangerine' fragrance.Height 90-120cm (36-48") 
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Oval leaf and many small white flowers on Alisma plantago-aquatica the British Native Alisma
Height 45cm (18")
Flowers June - August
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Pale pink flowers on this creeping Anagallis tenella (British Native) with small rounded leaves
Height 5 -10cm (2-3")
Flowers June - September
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Unusual shaped flowers - Anemopsis californica has cream bracts/petals around a dense central cone and has a honey fragrance.
Height 30cm (12").
Flowers June - August. 

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British Native form of Butomus umbellatus (AGM) with low growing 3 sided rush leaves and pink flowers in umbels on tall stems
Height 60 - 90cm (24" - 36").
Flowers June - July
 
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Caltha palustris (AGM) has mounds of leaves with 3cm (1" approx) single yellow flowers (British Native)
Height 30cm (12"). 
Flowers March - May
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Double Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris 'Flore Pleno' (AGM)) has dense heads of bright yellow flowers.
Height 30cm (12").
Flowers March - April and often again in September
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A large Caltha plant 'Stagnalis' has 20cm (8") leaves and 8cm (3" approx) wide single yellow Marsh Marigold  flowers on stems that root at the nodes so walk out across the water to give a clump
Height 60 - 90cm (24" - 36").
Flowers in April
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