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Each pond plant, aquatic or bog, has it’s own special aesthetic appeal and when they are arranged in an ‘aquascape’ they add a lot of aesthetic appeal to the landscape. Starting in the buffer zone cord grass has a delicate look, but its clumps are large enough to make a definite design statement.
The pond plant Iris is prized for its magnificent blue to purple flowers. Cypress add height to the landscape and grow into a majestic tree. Canna is a showy perennial which adds color to the native water garden especially when it is combined with the purple-flowered pickerelweed.
Giant bulrush and Fire flag with heights of over 5 feet add a vertical dimension to the shoreline. The Beautiful and fragrant the white water lily is prized for water gardens. This plants list only touches some of the abundant aesthetically appealing native, aquatic bog pond plants.
Excellent butterfly nectar source. Ducks and other waterfowl consume the seeds. Provides habitat for fish.
Duck Potato provides a substrate for apple snail egg attachment, which is an important limpkin and everglade kite food source. The seeds are consumed by waterfowl. The tubers are eaten by ducks.
Fragrant Water Lily
The underside of the leaves of these water lilies provide a surface for egg deposition by small invertebrates. A beautiful pond plant.
The bloom of this marginal pond plant is big and gorgeous. It’s a host plant to the Canna Skipper butterfly which in turn feeds birds.