Hardy Bog Plants

Aquatic Iris Arrowhead Cattail Flowering Bog Plants Low Growing Reeds and Grasses Rushes Surface Pond Plants

Hardy bog plants accent the water garden by adding color and shape to the water garden. Natural ponds have an abundance of reeds, rushes, cattails, iris and flowering plants growing freely in the moist soil at the water's edge. Marginal plants add beauty to the landscape and provide cover for the wildlife that lives near the watergarden. Adding bog plants in the shallow areas along the edge of the pond, streambed or waterfall will give your watergarden a more natural appearance. Our plants are grown in 2" net pots to ensure good root development to reduce transplant shock. Our method of growing the bog plants in this way reduces the likelihood of the plant dying back like bare root stock normally would. The size of plant that we ship varies by variety. We ship plants that are semi-mature or mature, not new starts. Hardy bog plants are perennial pond plants and will come back each year.