Plants in the water garden not only provide beauty and naturalization, but they also help balance the pond ecosystem. Even a small pond will benefit from the beauty of aquatic plants. We’ve chosen our top favorites that do well in smaller aquatic.
Tropicanna cannas make for a stunning pond or water feature plant and is easy to use. Simply plant in a deep container, cover with gravel and place in pond so that top of container is about from top of water.
How to Easy Grow _Lilies. Use a container that is wide and shallow Use a heavy soil intended for use in the garden, not a fluffy potting soil that will float out of the container. Remove old leaves and thick, fleshy old roots.
Adding plants to your water garden has many benefits such as naturalizing the landscape, creating smooth transitions for edges and improving the water quality and ecosystem as a whole. But did you know that many common pond plants can be invasive.