Sales Details: All plants are shipped bare root. Lily sizes refer to width and Lotus sizes refer to height. Marginals are all shipped in the one gallon size. We ship via US Postal Service Priority Mail throughout the United States. FOR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS PLEASE CONTACT US for information about additional shipping costs and plant inspection charges BEFORE you place an order. Shipments are made Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday to insure plants do not stay in transit over the weekend. Please arrange to have your package delivered to an area not in direct sun as the plants will not take high temperatures.

Acorus gramineus Variegata
Also known as Variegated Sweet Flag. It is an ideal plant to add texture and height in a pond. A bonus is the pleasant aroma emitted when crushed. It will grow 8-10 inches tall and spread 12 inches. Grows best in sun to part shade with water depth up to 6 inches over the crown. Zone 4-11.
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Acrosticum danaefolium
Also known as water fern. It is a native Florida fern and will grow to a height of 10 feet thus suggesting an appropriate home would be in a large pond. Plant it in semi shade to maintain a dark green color and in moist soil or in water with 3 inches over the crown. Zones 6-11
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Bacopa caroliniana
Lemon Bacopa has small glossy leaves and blue flowers. An ideal plant for water falls or pond edges because it has a creeping habit and is only 2-4 inches tall. Grows in full sun or shade and in moist soil to 1 inch of water over the crown. Zones 9-11
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Bacopa monnieri
Bacopa monnieri has a creeping or trailing habit and makes a nice addition for hanging baskets or aquatic container gardening serving as a filler or spiller. Grow in full sun to part shade and in moist soil to 1 inch of water over the crown. Zones 9-11
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Colocasia esculenta
Black Magic Taro adds drama to a pond or a large container with its dark velvety leaves and purple stems. Leaves may grow 24-72 inches tall. Grow in sun to part shade but protect from strong afternoon sun to encourage the growth of large leaves.Zones 9-11
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Crinum menehune
This crinum is a great addition to the pond. The dark red strap leaves and light pink blooms provide a focal point. Even when not blooming the leaves provide a nice contrast to mostly green marginal plants. Grows to 18 inches tall in moist soil to 3 inches of water over the crown. Zone 9-11
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Cyperus percamenthes
Commonly referred to as Dwarf Giant Papyrus it is just like the giant papyrus used to make paper but this one only grows 2 feet tall. Grow in sun or part shade with plenty of fertilizer and about 4 inches of water over the crown. Zones 9-11
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Dichromena latifolia
White Top Sedge is grass like with white blooms. It will grow 12-24 inches tall and may be given a hair cut if it is too tall. It grows best in sun to part shade and moist soil or up to 1 inch of water over the crown. Zones 8-11
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Echinodorus cordifolius
Melon Sword is the common name and has clusters of spoon shaped leaves reaching 18-30 inches and long stems up to 36 inches floating out over the water with sprays of white flowers. Blooms during the summer. Grow in sun to part shade and up to 6 inches of water over the crown. Zones 5-11
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Equisetum hyemale
You may know this plant as Horsetail and its tendency to roam in available space. It provides a nice vertical contrast to leafy plants. It has green and black bamboo like stems growing 24-30 inches tall if the pot is big enough. Grows well in sun to part shade with moist soil and no water over the crown. Zones 4-11.
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Hibiscus coccineau
This water hybiscus has been described as the reddest flower in the plant kingdom with blooms up to 8 inches in diameter. Grows 6-9 feet tall and 3-6 feet wide in sun with moist soil or water up to 4 inches over the crown. Tip prune in early summer for a fuller plant. Zone 7-11
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Hydrocleys nymphoides
Also known as Water Poppy it is easy to grow as it floats on the water surface spreading up to 6 feet and may easily be cut back. Flowers appear when the water reaches a temperature of 70-75 degrees and thrives in sun or shade. Water poppy provides a hiding place for fish and reduces algae growth. Zone 9-11
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Iris Blue Flag
This is the only Florida native iris. It has vibrant blue blooms appearing in the middle of May while the rest of the year the green leaves add textural interest in the pond. Grow in sun to part shade and keep well fertilized and moist to 3 inches of water over the crown. Zones 8-11
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Iris Dusty Rose
A Louisiana Iris in Dusty Rose blooms in the spring. Keep the soil moist or submerge in water to several inches over the crown. Every two to three years divide the plant and fertilize when replanting and annually. Do this when it is dormant.Zone 6-11
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Iris Exquisite Lady
This Louisiana Iris Exquisite Lady lives up to its name blooming in spring. Keep the soil moist or submerge in water to several inches over the crown. Every two to three years divide this plant when it is dormant and fertilize when replanting and annually. Zone 6-11
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Ludwigia sedioides
Also known as Mosaic Plant. It is from Brazil and grows as a submerged plant with diamond to square leaves around stems creating a circular mosaic pattern floating on the water. Small yellow flowers and the green leaves with red edges and stems add to the uniqueness of this plant. Grows best in water with a ph of 7 or less and at least 80 degrees or warmer. Water depth may be up to 18 inches. Grow in sun to part shade. Zones 8-11
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