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Marginal Plants

Marginals are pond plants which sit around the perimeter of the pond, usually positioned on the pond shelves, along the banks or in bog gardens. Unlike most regular garden plants, marginal pond plants prefer to be planted in boggy ground or shallow water.

They give the pond both height and colour. They remove nitrates which help reduce algae and keep the water clear and are beneficial to wildlife. They look most attractive when planted in groups of 3 or 5 and can be secured using gravel.

Due to the seasonal nature of the plants, availability changes on a weekly basis. If what you require is not currently available, please check back soon as varieties are at their best at differing points of the year.