Aquascape Inc.
Aquascape Inc.
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Our Five Fave Aquatic Plants for the Pond


Aquatic plants range in color, size, and application just like their terrestial counterparts. We've listed 5 of our favorite aquatic plants but there are so many more available to you! Read more at http://www.aquascapeinc.com/index.php?page=articles&a_id=350.
Corkscrew Rush provides lots of personality - plant in shallow edges of pond.
Corkscrew Rush provides lots of personality - plant in shallow edges of pond.
Joey Tomocik is a great-performing waterlily with up to 6 blooms on one plant!
Joey Tomocik is a great-performing waterlily with up to 6 blooms on one plant!
Parrots Feather provides softness against the rocks of a pond.
Parrots Feather provides softness against the rocks of a pond.
Water Forget-Me-Not looks great when planted in gentle stream beds.
Water Forget-Me-Not looks great when planted in gentle stream beds.
Creeping Jenny has small yellow flowers - plant in shallow areas.
Creeping Jenny has small yellow flowers - plant in shallow areas.

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  • Sherrie S
    on Mar 13, 2013

    @Aquascape Inc. I like the look of Cabomba but the water must be kept in the low 70's. The hornwort can survive in 50 degrees & I keep my pond about 60 for the pleco. I use a solar blanket in the winter in Florida.

  • Willa
    on Oct 6, 2014

    I love my pond but this year I have had a problem with string alge and I can't seem to get rid of it. Any suggestions what I can do so it doesn't come back next year. We only have a small pond but are very frustrated

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