Aquatic Plant Life Index
Water Surface Plants
Nature’s garden’s floating filtration system where the roots are suspended in water capturing suspended debris, and helping to provide essential coverage for the water surface in the summertime.
This family of flowering plants are rooted in soil in bodies of water, with leaves and flowers floating on or emergent from the surface.
Marginal Aquatic Plants
Great for edging ponds, marginal plants can be ideal for boggy conditions.
The sacred Lotus grows in water up to 8 feet. The roots of lotus are planted in the soil of the pond or river bottom, while the leaves float on the water’s surface or are held well above it. The flowers are usually found on thick stems rising several centimeters above the leaves.
Oxygenators provide habitat for flora and fauna, essential for a healthy aquatic environment. Oxygen dissolves into water and is derived from two sources: the atmosphere and from plants in the water.
Tropical & Annuals
Complete your backyard paradise with bold splashes of color and festive blooms reminiscent of a jungle eutopia.