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05 October 2017
What is an oxygenator plant?

What is an Oxygenator Plant?

Submerged beneath the water's surface, these plants release oxygen into the water as a by product of photosynthesis.  This is used by Fish and other aquatic animals.

They help to remove excess nutrients, reduce algae growth, and provide aquatic inhabitants with protective cover and spawning grounds.

What is a Marginal Plant?

These water plants grow well in wet or water logged soil near the water garden's edge or in shallow water

They help to remove excess nutrients, and provide aquatic inhabitants with protective cover and spawning grounds.  They also provide an attractive finish to any pond.

What is a Deep Water Plant?

Submerged beneath the water's surface, these plants allow you to add plants to deep ponds. 

They help to remove excess nutrients, and provide aquatic inhabitants with protective cover and spawning grounds.  They also provide an attractive finish to any pond.

What is a Water Lily?

Submerged beneath the water's surface, these plants allow you to cover a large surface area with only a few plants.  This helps to reduce the algae.

They help to remove excess nutrients, and provide aquatic inhabitants with protective cover and spawning grounds.  They also provide an attractive finish to any pond.


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