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Plants for the marginal bog areas of your pond. These plants also work extremely well planted in flowing creeks and waterfalls.As always, if you have any questions, or are looking for a specific variety that we don't have listed, please E-mail us and we will be happy to help you.


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IAP Ludwigia palustris

L. palustris is an excellent choice for ponds and for cooler aquaria. The leaves are ovate, pointed on the end and sit on a short petiole. The leaf margins are frequently undulate. Leaves grow to 2" long and 3/4" wide. Stems branch freely, especially if they are trimmed. When grown in well lit situations, leaves turn to shades of red. In ponds, the plants will grow in several inches of water or out of the pond, into the surrounding landscape, growing short, dark green leaves on prostrate stems. In any situation, this plant is easy to grow. Can also be anchored in shallow water areas using small stones or gravel.

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IAP Water Hyssop 'Hairy' - Bacopa lenagera

Larger, fleshier version of Bacopa. An excellent plant for the edges of ponds, where there might be some unsightly concrete showing. Bright green leaves arranged along a creeping stem which will grow to several feet in length. Plant will form floating or prostrate colonies which will cover areas of open water or pond/stream embankments. Will tolerate traffic, frost, extreme heat, and can be used to stabilize wet hilsides. It produces small lavender blossoms all summer. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water)

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IAP Water Hyssop 'Smooth' - Bacopa monnieri

An excellent plant for the edges of ponds, where there might be some unsightly concrete showing. Bright green leaves arranged along a creeping stem which will grow to several feet in length. Plant will form floating or prostrate colonies which will cover areas of open water or pond/stream embankments. Will tolerate traffic, frost, extreme heat, and can be used to stabilize wet hilsides. It produces small lavender blossoms all summer. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water)

IAP Water Hyssop 'Smooth' - Bacopa monnieri
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IAP Water Hyssop - Bacopa amplexicaulis

A beautiful plant which produces bright green, ovate leaves one inch long and a half an inch wide. It will form thickets by branching and running through the substrate. If allowed to grow out of the aquarium it will reward the aquarist with bright blue flowers and foliage that is scented like peaches, a scent it will retain when the foliage has dried. It grows well in strong light with moderate feeding and pruning. Can be planted in with your waterlilies, lotus or bog plants. Can also be anchored in shallow water areas using small stones or gravel or grown in shallow trays.

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IAP Water Sprite - Ceratopteris thalictroides

Also known as Indian fern, water fern, Oriental waterfern, and water hornfern. Water Sprite, Ceratopteris thalictroides, is one of the most beautiful plants in the aquarium or pond. It is also one of the easiest to grow. A planted specimen will reach the tank's surface and produce numerous offspring right on the leaves. The offspring can be planted immediately to start the process over. Floating colonies of small plants provide excellent coverage for baby fish. Leaves are fern-like, heavily incised on the margins, bright green, and can reach lengths of a foot, or more. Can be accomodated to any size aquarium, but larger tanks can hold large, beautiful, lush specimens.

IAP Water Sprite - Ceratopteris thalictroides
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IBP Aquatic Mint - Mentha aquatica

Mentha aquatica is a vigorous marginal plant that will quickly establish itself in shallow water or in moist ground. *Shipping Restrictions*

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IBP African Water Hawthorn - Aponogeton distacheus

Creamy white flowers with a vanilla scent. Long oblong leaves. Water Hawthorn is an excellent winter replacement for water lilies. Native of South Africa. ZONE 8-11

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IBP Alligator Leaf Nymphoides - Nymphoides crenata

The brilliant yellow, star shaped flowers have 5 narrow, fringed petals, each about an inch and a half long and a quarter of an inch wide. ZONE 8

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IBP American Water Snowflake - Nymphoides sp.

Heart shaped leaves, clusters of bright, white flowers. The flowers emerge from the stems immediately under the leaves. ZONE 8

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IBP Bluebells - Ruellia

Semi-woody shrub that grows to 2 feet tall. Long,narrow leaves grow from erect stems, with purple, trumpet-shaped flowers flowers emerging from leaf bases. Naturalizes easily. Good in or out of the pond. Flowers in June into September. ZONE 8

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IBP Bog Lily - Crinum americanum

Crinum produces one of the most beautiful inflorescences in the water gardening world. Above its strap-like leaves, on a thick stem, are 3 -7 large, strongly fragrant, white flowers, each of which has five narrow petals. Plants will grow to 18 inches tall and produces runners which will eventually form a colony in a pot or large bog setting. USDA ZONES 8-11

IBP Bog Lily - Crinum americanum
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IBP Bog Lily Red Leaved - Crinum americanum 'Menehune'

Very similar to the Crinum 'Sangria' but stays smaller. Leaves are narrower. Grows 1' to 3' tall with striking burgundy strap leaves. Has beautiful pink, showy, amaryllis-like late spring and fall flowers. Prefers full sun to part shade. USDA ZONES 8-11

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IBP Bog Lily Red Leaved - Crinum americanum 'Sangria' - Large plant

*This is a very large plant shipped out.* Grows 1' to 3' tall with striking burgundy strap leaves. Has beautiful pink, showy, amaryllis-like late spring and fall flowers. Prefers full sun to part shade. Extra cold hardiness compared to the standard purple-leaf crinum. USDA ZONES 8-11

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IBP Bog Violet

Low growing plant with heart-shaped leaves and small bright yellow flowers. Excellent for use in muddy areas and in very shallow water. Blooms through the summer and is tolerant of some cold. Spreads by runners.

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IBP Calla Lily - 'Green Goddess' - Zantedeschia aethiopica

Very much like the standard Calla except that the normally pure white flower is suffused with green. Flowers are large and numerous. Grows to 2 feet tall, in water or out. Full sun to part shade. USDA ZONES 8-10

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IBP Calla Lily - Spotted Leaved White Arum - Zantedeschia albomaculata

This is one of the nicest looking Callas in that its dark green leaves are covered with bright white spots, which brighten any setting. Its flowers are the standard bright white Calla flower, which matches well with the leaves. Grows to no more than 18" tall, prefers partial shade. USDA ZONES 8-10

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IBP Canna 'Tropicana'

A water tolerant Canna with red flowers and dark purplish red leaves that are strikingly variegated with green and cream stripes. The strikingly variegated leaves are offset by the bright orange-red 4 to 5 inch flowers. Does well in up to 6 inches of water, but will grow well on land. Zones 8-11, although we have seen Canna in use in road mediums in a town in southern Michigan!

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IBP Canna 'Endeavour'

As is true of all of the Longwood Cannas, this one will grow to about 5 or 6 feet tall, usually somewhat less. Flowers are bright red and are produced through the summer, with each stem producing as many as 15 or 20 flowers before it is finally through. Will tolerate moist soil or as much as 12 inches of inundation.

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IBP Canna 'Erebus'

As is true of all of the Longwood Cannas, this one will grow to about 5 or 6 feet tall, usually somewhat less. Flowers are shell pink and are produced through the summer, with each stem producing as many as 15 or 20 flowers before it is finally through. Will tolerate moist soil or as much as 12 inches of inundation.

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IBP Canna 'Nirvana'

Plants grow to about 5 feet tall. Leaves are green and the flowers are yellow with orange markings. Will grow in water or on land.

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IBP Cardinal Flower - Lobelia cardinalis

Lobelia cardinalis is certainly among the most striking of all of the plants that can be grown in a bog. From a rosette of bright green or red leaves arises a stalk of brilliant red flowers that grows to four feet or more. Blooming continues from late May through September. Propagation is by seed or rootstock division. Winter hardy.

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IBP Chameleon plant - Houttuynia cordata 'Chameleon'

Houtuynia chordata variegata is similar in virtually all respects to its non-variegated cousin, with the only exceptions being in the colors of the leaves and in the relative winter hardiness of the two varieties. The leaves of this variety exhibit a range of colors from creamy white, through various shades of yellow and red on a field of green. This is the less winter hardy of the two and is also somewhat less vigorous and competitive than the standard variety. It is worth the little extra work to have this plants beautiful colors in your watergarden.

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IBP Chinese Lizard's Tail - Saururus chinensis

Very similar to its American cousin, S. cernuus. The differneces lie in the shine of the leaves, which is lacking in S. cernuus, and in the fact that at the end of the stem, under the flowers, the last one or two leaves turn bright white, which provides an interesting contrast to the glossy green leaves below and draws attention to the flowers.

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IBP Creeping Bog Daisy

Stems are prostrate to semi-erect, branching, and will grow to 6 feet long or more. The leaves are bright green, elliptic or oblong, and sometimes grow to 5 inches in length. The yellow and daisy-like flowers are up to 2.5" in diamter and are produced in masses at the ends of the stems. They occur in the late summer or in early to mid fall and produce a remarkable display after everything else has finished for the season. An excellent filtration plant if placed in main water flow of the pond. Stems will float on the surface of the water. Sold in bunches of three or more stems.

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IBP Creeping Burhead - Echinodorus cordifolius

Stout, erect bog plant that often grows up to 2 feet tall and has large, bright green, chordate leaves. Leaves are frequently larger than a man's hand and are held on stems which can grow up to 2 feet long. The 1 inch wide white flowers are held in clusters of up to a dozen or more along a long, branched stem at 4 to 5 inch intervals. Adventitious daughter plants are produced from the same area as the flowers and will root freely when they come into contact with moist soil or water. This is a useful plant along the edge of a pond or in a bog. The flowers are seen from spring through summer.

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IBP Creeping Jenny 'Golden' - Lysimachia nummularia 'aurea'

Identical to its green counterpart, with the esception that this form is yellow-green. The two look very nice together. They will grow on dry ground or in floating mats over several feet of water. They are useful in streams, pond margins, and in fountain basins. They will tolerate full sun or deep shade, although they do not produce their bright yellow flowers in shade.

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IBP Creeping Jenny - Lysimachia nummularia

Prostrate plant that produces oppositely opposed, rounded leaves. Versitile use as cover for ponds edge and will cover moist ground outside of pond as well, giving a nice flowing transition from your terrestrial garden to your watergarden. Can also be anchored in shallow water areas using small stones or gravel. Will grow in semi-shade or full sun. Best used as a foliage plant as it blooms only ocassionally.

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IBP Dwarf Creeping Spearwort - Ranunculus flammula

Glossy, narrow to broadly ovate leaves stand on 2\"-6\" stems. Bright yellow flowers are held above and among the leaves spring through summer. Provides a nice, low-growing marginal plant for streams and pond sides, or in bogs.

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IBP Dwarf Cyperus - Cyperus alternifolius var. Gracilis

Also known as Sparkler Grass. A dwarf version of Cyperus alternifolius. Grows up to 2 feet, leaf whorls are 4 to 6 inches in diameter. An excellent choice for a small or shaded watergarden. In the pond it can be planted directly into "pockets" of gravel. (4-6" of water). You could also grow it in shallow trays or 10" pots to achieve a fuller or mass effect.*****Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Rhode Island. *****

IBP Dwarf Cyperus - Cyperus alternifolius var. Gracilis
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IBP Dwarf Giant Papyrus - Cyperus percamenthus 'King Tut'

A nice compact version of the standard Egyptian Papyrus. Large fluffy "mops" of green on short triangular stems. Very cute in small ponds, or a good height scale planted in areas with taller plants. Grows to about 3' in height. Prefers full sun to part shade. USDA ZONES 9-11

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IBP Dwarf Lobed Moneywort - Hydrocotyl sp.

Leaves very similar to H. ranunculoides, except that this one is much smaller, only growing to an inch or so wide and a few inches tall. As with all species of Hydrocotyl, small clusters of white flowers are produced off and on through the summer. This one is good on pond and stream margins, in hanging baskets, and in table to containers.

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IBP Dwarf Moneywort - Hydrocotyl sp.

Dwarf version of Hydrocotyle vulgaris, grows to about 1/3 the size. Great for use as a low-growing ground cover, or in table-top bowl gardens. Will tolerate a wide range of conditions.

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IBP Dwarf Papyrus - Cyperus haspan

Also known as Haspan Sedge or Sharp-edged Sedge. Dwarf Papyrus is a charming little plant that does well in or out of water around the pond edge. Tufts of very thin, green leaves are held alofton narrow green stems which arise form a rhizome. Plants eventually form a clump several inches in diameter at the base and up to 2' tall. *****Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Rhode Island. *****

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IBP Dwarf Parrot's Feather - Myriophyllum sp.

This is a more compact, darker hued version of the familiar floating plant, Parrot's Feather, Myriophyllum brasiliense. The stems are stiffer than in M. brasiliense, and they never get quite as long. This one makes a lovely display around the base of a larger bog plant or pond fixture, in a stream setting, or along the edge of a pond. Stands less than a foot above the water when not crowded, and adds a nice texture to any setting. plants. Can also be anchored in shallow water areas using small stones or gravel.(2-4" of water) Plant in shallow trays to create a mass effect.

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IBP Dwarf Striped Sweet Flag - Acorus gramineus "Variegatus"

Boldly variegated foliage. Very distinctive. Useful at the pond's edge. Grows well with its roots in open water, so it is possible to have it growing amid stones at a pond's edge. Also does well in soil out of the water. Brightens the areas of the pond where there is muted light. Massed plantings have the greatest effect. Safe to grow in earth bottom ponds. Zones 4-11.

IBP Dwarf Striped Sweet Flag - Acorus gramineus "Variegatus"
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IBP Edible Water Chestnut - Eleocharis tuberosa

Narrow, hollow, round stems arise from the familiar fleshy tuber of oriental food fame. Culms grow to 2 feet tall in the right spot. One plant will produce several bulbs in the fall. Winter dormant.

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IBP Egyptian Papyrus - Cyperus papyrus

A perennial with dark green stems up to 10 feet long bearing terminal tufts of fine narrow leaves. Leaves can be as much as 15" long. Blooms in mid summer. Will grow in or out of the water. Makes an excellent screen. *****Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Rhode Island. *****

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IBP Fairy Lily - Zephyranthes candida

Also called White Rain Lily or Zephyr Lily. Produces bright white crocus-like flowers that are very showy. Blooms summer and fall. Prefers partial shade to full sun. Deep glossy green rush-like leaves reach approximately 12 inches. Clump forming bulbous perennial. USDA ZONES 5-11

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IBP Floating Heart - Nymphoides peltata

Also known as Water Fringe, this plant is an industry standard, that produces cup shaped flowers which have solidly fringed petals instead of the hairy edged petals of most of its cousins. The leaves are heart shaped and fleshy. Propagation is by runners and seed. ZONE 8 ***Cannot ship to Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Maine, New Hampshire, Washington, Vermont. ***

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IBP Giant Arrowhead - Sagittaria montevidensis

Sagittaria montevidensis ~~ One of the more intriguing members of the genus. Large, stiff, sagitate leaves are produced at the end of thick stems. Plants can grow up to 3 feet tall, but are usually 1.5 feet tall. The flowers are the best part. They are like large versions of the typical Sagittaria flower with a large dark red spot at the bottom of each petal. Plants form clusters which may be divided during the growing season. Unless protected form winter cold and complete dormancy, this is an annual sp. and must reseed to come back. Not to worry, though, each plant will produce thousands of seeds during the summer, many of which will germinate in shallow water. Plants may be lifted and moved into a greenhouse for more assured survival. ZONE 8 Flowers July, August, September ***** Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico. *****

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IBP Giant Marsh Marigold - Caltha polypetala

A larger version of the standard Marsh Marigold. The flowers are yellow, with 5 petals. The heart shaped leaves are dark green and slightly toothed on the edges. Grows to 1-2 feet tall. The plant forms a clump from which several plants grow after a couple of years. It blooms in spring and fall. USDA ZONES 4-7

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IBP Giant Water Clover - Marselia macrocarpa

Similar to Water Four-leaf Clover except that the leaves are bright green and somewhat larger than those of its cousins. The leaf edge is shallowly crenate.In the pond it can be planted directly into "pockets" of gravel. (1-2" of water). Could also be planted in shallow rtays or a 10" pan to create a mass effect. ZONE 7

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IBP Giant Water Snowflake - Nymphoides indica

The leaves grow up to 12 inches in diameter and are fleshy. The flowers arise from under the leaves and are considerably larger than those of other Nymphoides. ZONE 8

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IBP Grass-leafed Arrowhead - Sagittaria graminea

Sagittaria graminea ~~ Submersed growth is limited to broad, strap-like leaves, and includes the use of runners to reproduce. This species is eager to come out of the water in the summertime. Emersed leaves are approx. 1.5 by 3.5 inches and are broadly lanceolate. Stems are up to 1 foot long. The flowers are 1/2 inch in diameter and are carried above the leaves. As they fill with seeds, they sometimes bend over under their own weight. A very suitable plant for small water gardens and for the margins of larger ones. They do not crowd their pots too badly and so will give a good show all season. *** Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Washington. ***

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IBP Lavender Musk - Mimulus ringens

Also called Allegheny Monkey Flower. Similar to Mimulus guttatus, except that the flowers are blue-violet, and the plant gets bigger. The fleshy, slightly hairy leaves grow from a branching stem that follows the ground and will climb over pond edges or float across shallow water. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water),waterfall pockets, along streambeds, and in boggy areas. Prefers full or partial sun. The 1 inch blue-violet flowers are like the familiar Monkey Flower of gardening fame. This plant propagates by seed, and is easily germinated. Height 1' to 3' - Flowers in May, June, July, August, September. ZONE 8

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IBP Lizard's Tail - Saururus cernuus

A bog plant, often growing to 1 meter in length. The stems are erect and round. The leaves are heart-shaped with an elongated point. The upper side of the leaf is dark green and dotted. Numerous, small, fragrant, white flowers appear on an elongated inflorescense. Foliage and flowers are very fragrant.**** Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico. ****

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IBP Lobed Marsh Moneywort - Hydrocotyl ranunculoides

A fast-growing species of Moneywort with lobed and irregularly indented leaf margins. Makes an attractive display in shaded areas or in moderately sunny ponds. Mixes well with Hyacinth in the summer. Great in places where nothing else will grow. Frequently requires heavy pruning at the end of each season.

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IBP Low Bulrush - Scirpus cernuus

Also known as Fiber Optic Grass. A very attractive grasslike, rush relative growing to 8 inches tall with bright green evergreen foliage. Plant in part shade to full sun along the coast, directly in water at a depth of 2 in. or at the water's edge. Useful singularly, in mass or as a ground cover. In the summer, attractive dark brown small flowers appear at the end of each stem and contrast well with the foliage. Cut back yearly for fresh new growth. An excellent plant for pond edges, bog gardens, or rock features. Reseeds freely. Will suffer frost, drought, and full sun. **** Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico. ****

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IBP Ludwigia peploides

L. peploides is like a large version of L. repens. The leaves grow to 4"-6" long and 1" wide. Stems creep out over open water or the ground, producing roots, leaves, and bright yellow, 1" diameter flowers at intervals along their lengths. An outstanding adunct to biological filters because of its capacity to use a lot of nutrients. Useful along the margins of large ponds, in streams, or in the tops of large biological filters.

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IBP Ludwigia peruensis

A small shrub or tree-like plant. Lanceolate leaves up to 4 inches long grow on woody stems. The flowers are borne on new growth and are brilliant yellow. They are 1.5 inches in diameter and are quite numerous. Plant in moist ground or in water up to 18 inches deep. In the mountains of southern California it suffers light to moderate frost quite well. This plant responds well to pruning. We have even been tempted to try to espallier one. Well cared for they become quite handsome with age.

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IBP Marsh Betony - Stachys palustris

Fast growing plant with coarsely textured leaves. Spreads by means of underground stems, which do seem to have a particular talent for getting into everything. Best when used in a contained area, or if you have a large area where it can naturalize. This is a reliable bloomer and is winter hardy in most areas.

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IBP Marsh Buttercup - Ranunculus repens

Glossy, dark green leaves grow to a height of 8 inches from a perennial rootstock. Small (1/2 inch), brilliant yellow flowers are held above the foliage in clusters forming a beautiful display of bright contrasting colors. This plant forms colonies and will grow in or out of the water, making it an ideal candidate for pond margins and stream beds. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water)

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IBP Marsh Clover - Menyanthes trifoliata

Also called Buckbean or Bog-bean. Common in shallow pools and acid bogs. Its thick, spongy, creeping rootstock quickly colonize the edges of ponds. It is distributed throughout North America, Northern Asia, Europe, and northwestern India. With feathery white star-shaped flowers gathered into a cluster at the top of the flower stems, this is one of the prettiest wild flowers.

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IBP Marsh Moneywort - Hydrocotyl vulgaris

Round leaves are held on narrow stems that attach in the center of the leaf. Leaves grow to nearly 2" in diameter, and the stems will grow to a foot long when crowded, but are usually shorter than that. Wilform colonies on pond margins or afloat over open water. Mixes in well with other plants, tolerates shade. Moderately invasive.

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IBP Marsh Monkey Flower - Mimulus guttatus

The fleshy, slightly hairy leaves grow from a branching stem that follows the ground and will climb over pond edges or float across shallow water. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water),waterfall pockets, along streambeds, and in boggy areas. The 1 inch yellow flowers are like the familiar Monkey Flower of gardening fame. This plant propagates by seed, and is easily germinated. Height 12in to 18in - Flowers in May, June, July, August, September. ZONE 8

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IBP Miniature Cattail - Typha minima

This is the smallest of the Typhas, or Cattails. Grows to about 18" tall with narrow leaves and cute little "cattails". Excellent as a low-growing plant at the front of a bog planting, or as a featured plant in a table-top bowl planter. .**** Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico. ****

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IBP Miniature Water Clover - Marselia minuta

As the name would have you believe, this plant is similar to the rest of the Marselias except for the distinction of being the smallest. The leaves are no more than 1 inch in diameter on a good day, and the plants only grow to a few inches tall. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water). ZONE 7

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IBP Mud Plantain - Heteranthera reniformis

*BACKORDERED* A relative of Water Hyacinth, this plant stays small, creeping out over the water or across mud. Glossy, bright green leaves, each with a small white spot where the leaf meets the stem. The leaves are broadly chordate, almost round, with a deep sinus. They are held on short stems which grow from a creeping rhizome. Flowers occur in clusters of 5 to 10, are white to lavender, and are rather small. A beautiful little plant which will do well in shallow bogs or in running streams.

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IBP Needle Spike Rush - Eleocharis acicularis

Erect to drooping leaves form dense, bright green clumps. Flowers are inconspicuous by themselves but collectively form a tuft at the end of each fertile culm. Good for use in moist to shallowly flooded areas. Makes a fine accent plant in a small garden or in mass plantings as a groundcover.

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IBP Obedient Plant - Physostegia virginiana

Obedient Plant is happy in either sunny or lightly shaded spots, but it does best with some shade on drier sites, and full sun where it is wetter. Narrow green leaves with tall showy flower spikes of pale lavender-pink flowers. Native to eastern North America. USDA ZONES 3-9

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IBP Parrot's Feather - Myriophyllum brasiliense

An herbaceous creeping or submerged plant. The leaves grow in groups of 4 to 6 in whorls around the stem. Submersed foliage is soft, finely divided and, in full sun, red. Emersed leaves are stiff, about 1 inch long, gray-green, and create a lovely effect when the stand is well established. An excellent filtration plant. Good in plantings around the edge of a pond. ZONE 6 ***Cannot ship to Maine ***

IBP Parrot's Feather - Myriophyllum brasiliense
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IBP Patterned Water Clover - Marselia mutica

Same form as the other Marselias. The leaves grow to 1.5 inches in diameter and have an essentially smooth edge. The common name is derived from the frequently bright red starburst pattern in the center of the frond. This pattern tends to fade in shady conditions but is nonetheless attractive. ZONE 7

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IBP Pickerel Rush - Red Violet - Pontederia chordata

Identical in every respect to its purple counterpart (IBP 047) with the only difference being the color of the flower, which is red-violet instead of purple. *****Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Louisiana. *****

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IBP Pickerel Rush - Blue - Pontederia chordata

This plant reaches 3 to 4 feet in height and has narrowly chordate leaves at the ends of long, thick stems. The flowers emerge from the stem just below the base of the leaf in a spike of numerous small blue flowers. Pickerels add a vertical dimension to the planting scheme in your pond. They bloom spring through summer, are cold hardy, and easy to grow. One of the all time favorite pond plants. *****Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Louisiana. *****

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IBP Pickerel Rush - Purple - Pontederia chordata

A variety of Pickerel that grows less tall than the more familiar blue Pickerel. Instead of the taller 4' blue, this variety grows to only 2 to 3 feet tall. The leaves and stems are dark green and have a more distinctly chordate leaf. Inflorescences include dozens of small tubular flowers that look like miniature versions of a Water Hyacynth's flower, but deeper purple in color.*****Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Louisiana. *****

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IBP Pickerel Rush - White - Pontederia chordata alba

Identical in every respect to its purple (IBP 047) and Red-violet (IBP 124) counterparts with the only difference being the color of the flower, which in this case is white with a slight pink blush in the bottom of each blossom. *****Restrictions: Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Louisiana. *****

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IBP Pink Ruellia - Ruellia brittoniana

2' to 3' - Flowering in July, August, & September. Pink trumpet-shaped flowers throughout the summer. Dark green foliage for contrast. Identical to its blue-violet counterpart, the Bluebell (IBP014). Flowers medium pink. ZONE 8

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IBP Polygonum coccineum

A bushy bog plant with long green stems which can stand as much as 4 feet above the water's surface. The bright green leaves are up to 5 inches long and 1/2 of an inch wide. The inflorescences are up to 5 inches long and are covered with small, bright pink flowers. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water)

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IBP Primrose Willow - Ludwigia longifolia

This is a tall, erect, willowy leaved sp of Ludwigia. It grows to 6 feet tall with leaves up to 6 inches long, and 1/2 inch wide. Stems become woody and plant will bloom only on new wood. Like its counterpart, L. peruensis, this sp. responds well to pruning and can be a beautiful thing with proper care. Flowers are bright yellow and are cupped, unlike L. peruensis flowers, which are flat. It does well in moist soil or in standing water up to 12 inches deep.

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IBP Ranunculus rivularis

A charming little streamside plant that produces finely divided leaves at the ends of 2"-6" stems. Yellow flowers are produced spring through summer. Spreads by runners, and is excellent for stony stream and pond margins.

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IBP Ribbon Grass - Phalaris arundinacaea variegata

Commonly referred to as "Ribbon Grass", this hardy little grass produces green and white striped leaves in mounded tufts that can grow to 18" tall. Narrow spikes of flowers are produced above the leaves in the summer. Will grow in or out of water in full sun or partial shade. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water) Zones 4-10.

IBP Ribbon Grass - Phalaris arundinacaea variegata
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IBP Rosy Camphorweed - Pluchea rosea

A tall bog plant with slightly fuzzy leaves. It stands 2 to 4 feet tall. It has a large "head" of small vase shaped, pink flowers, sometimes leaning toward lavender. The foliage is aromatic, some might say ill-scented. Plant it where it will remain undisturbed. Prune old flowers as they finish to avoid getting too many seedlings. Forms a nice, long lasting display of pink flowers through most of the summer.

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IBP Rotala rotundifolia

One of the more charming bog plants for any size water garden. Small round leaves are held on a prostrate or upright stem, which is topped with a set of three spikes or small, fragrant, pink flowers. This is a plant that will also grow completely under water, producing entirely differnet leaves, making it an interesting oxygenator or aquarium plant. Blooms off and on from late winter through summer. Excellent when mixed in with other low growing bog or marginal plants such as Forget-me-not, Mentha, or Bacopa.In the pond it can be planted directly into "pockets" of gravel. (1-2" of water). Could also be planted in shallow trays or a 10" pan to create a mass effect.

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IBP Sagittaria lancifolia - Green Stemmed

Lance shaped leaved 4 to 6 inches long are held on stems 2 to 6 feet tall. Large, white flowers are held on stems 5 to 6 feet high. The plants form clumps which can become quite large. Dividing these clumps every couple of years is the most reliable way to propogate them.

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IBP Sagittaria lancifolia - Red Stemmed

Sagittaria lancifolia "Red Stem" ~~ Same as S. lancifolia but with a distinctly red coloration at the base of, and going up about one third the length of, the leaf stem.

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IBP Sagittaria sp.

Sagittaria sp. ~~ Very similar to S. lancifolia except that the leaves are narrower and are more sharply bent along the mid-rib. The leaf stems are green overall but they have attractive red variegations running in parallel, horizontal rows. The flowers are smaller than S. lancifolia, but are more numerous.

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IBP Sagittaria subulata

Most useful as a submersed grass in aquariums and as an oxygenator in ponds. Ribbon shaped leaves grow up to 12 inches long and 3/8 of an inch wide. Plant reproduces by runners and can form dense colonies which become dense enough to stabilize soil in ponds. In shallow water small, dark green, ovate leaves with small brown speckles are produces. Small, white flowers float on the water's surface or are held slightly above it.

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IBP Siberian Pink Cups - Baldellia ranunculoides

Siberian Pink Cups ZONE 2 - Grows to 6" tall in sunny or partially shaded areas along the margins of ponds or streams. Will form dense colonies be means of runners, which will grow out of the pond or along the water line. From among the leaves of the adult plants, and with the young plants on the runners, three-petaled, pink flowers, each with a yellow spot in the center, are held above the foliage on thin stems. They are about 1/2" in diameter. They fade through the day to white. Leaves are thinly lanceolate, and are acutely pointed at the end.

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IBP Society Garlic - Tulbaghia violacea

Several lovely purple flowers are held in clusters above the 12" long narrow strap-like leaves. Plants form clumps of bulbs in mud or in very shallow water. Flowers are produced from early spring through summer, and are mildly fragrant. Very useful as a transition plant from the water garden intot he terrestrial garden because it will grow in both places with equal facility. CLumps need some thinning after a few years. Also comes in a variegated variety called "Silver Lace". Zones 7-10

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IBP Society Garlic Variegated - Tulbaghia violacea var.

This is a variegated variety of Society Garlic. Leaves are vertically striped with white variegations on a dark green field. Flowers are slightly larger than but otherwise identical to those of the non-variegated variety, that is, small, tubular with flaring petals, purple, and held in clusters at the ends of narrow stems that reach to just above the foliage. Great for use in bogs and around pond margins, in or out of water. Grows to 12" tall. USDA Zones 7-10

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IBP Spider Lily - Hymenocallis sp.

A native of the west Indies. Numerous long (up to 3 feet) leaves grow from a globose bulb. Large, fragrant, white flowers are borne in clusters of 6 to 12 on 2 to 3 foot stems. Each flower has narrow, curved petals and a central toothed cup about an inch deep. Propagation is by runners or seeds. Flowers in March & April. ZONE 8 Bulbs winter over indoors. ie: basement ect.

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IBP Split Leaf Clover - Marselia schelpiana

An interesing addition to the edge of any pond. Also works as the featured plant in bowls. Resembles Four Leaf Clover with heavily indented leaves. It can be anchored with gravel or small stones in shallow water areas.(1-2" of water) ZONE 7

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IBP Star Grass - Dichromena colorata

Also known as Star Rush or White-topped Sedge. Erect stems grow 12 to 15-1/2 inches tall. One of the distinguishing characteristics of the species are the white bracts that radiate from the ends of the stems. Clusters of brownish flowers are in the center of the whorl of bracts. The plants need to be pruned back when the stems get rangy and will recover quickly after having been severely pruned back. Provides a nice accent among darker foliage. Flowering in June, July, August, & September - Narrow leaves ZONE 8

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IBP Sweet Flag - Acorus sp.

Not a true Iris, but the leaves are very similar to those of Iris plants. They are bright green and are frequently heavily ribbed. Flowers are insignificant. When the foliage is disturbed, a very pleasant fragrance is released into the air, giving the entire area a nice smell. Prefers shade to full sun.

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IBP Taro 'Black Princess' - Colocasia esculenta var. jenningsii

A taro with dark purple stems and green leaves with black variegations. Makes a creamy yellow flower. Grows up to 6 feet, but is generally somewhat smaller. Plants prefer some shade for best foliage color. In earthen ponds and shallow water they have the ability to spread. Situate in constantly moist soil or submerge in up to 6 inches of water. Zones 9-11. Restrictions: ***** Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Hawaii.*****

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IBP Taro 'Tea Cup' - Colocasia sp.

Colocasia 'Tea Cup' is an exciting new colocasia that has black stems and black-tinted dark green leaves that form an upright cup which will hold water. This vigorous plant will add nice height to your marginal plantings, and is a great conversation piece. Divide in winter or early spring. USDA ZONES 3-11

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IBP Taro - Green Leafed - Colocasia esculenta

Typical green, sagitate leaves. Stems are also green. Will grow to several feet tall with large leaves when in the right place. Great for a no muss, no fuss tropical look. Reproduces by runner and eventually forms colonies. Makes insignificant creamy yellow flowers. Zones 9-11 ***** Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Hawaii.*****

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IBP Taro - Violet Stemmed - Colocasia esculenta 'Fontanesii'

A Taro with green leaves and dark violet colored stems. Leaves become quite large. A striking accent in brightly lit areas and in shady corners as well. Flowers are creamy yellow. Plant in moist soil or up to 6" of water over crown. Prefers full sun to part shade. They can be overwintered like house plants in cold climates. To winter over indoors place pot in a shallow tray of water in bright light. Zones 9-11.***** Sorry, but we can't ship this item to Puerto Rico, Hawaii.*****

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IBP Thalia dealbata

Thalia dealbata. The "original" Water Canna. Delicate panicles of bell shaped, dark amythest flowers are held 6 to 8 feet above the ground. Leaves are broad, and erect. Flower stem emerges from center of leaves. Foliage gives a good tropical planting effect. Leaves stand 4 to 6 feet tall. Zones 7-11.

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IBP Turkey Tangle Fogfruit - Lippia nodiflora

A very useful groundcover plant in moist areas around ponds or over open water. Creeping stems grow from perrenial rootstocks and will reach three feet or more in length over the course of the summer season, rooting where the nodes touch moist ground or open water. Can be anchored in shallow water with small stones or gravel. Leaves are small, oppositely opposed, and dark green. Tolerates frost and heat. Annual pruning keeps it in check.

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IBP Variegated Sweetflag - Acorus calamus variegatus

As with its green counterpart, this plant is reminicent of an Iris, but the similarity ends with the leaves, which are decidedly strap-like with gright cream or yellow colored variegations running the length of the leaf. The flowers are almost insignificant, but can be seen among the leaves in th espring. The foliage is very fragrant when broken or rubbed, which is a good deal of it, and its green relative's charm. Will grow in exposed mud or in water up to about a foot deep. Does well in semi-shady conditions. Grows to 2 feet tall. Zones 4 - 11

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IBP Variegated Water Parsley - Oenanthe japonica

This is a relative of the carrot plant, and as such, it has finely divided, compound leaves. In this case, however, the leaves are painted in various hues of green, cream, and pink. Plants grow to about 12" tall, with the floral stalks rising slightly above that. Good in full sun or shade, useful in streams, on pond margins, or bogs.

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IBP Venezuelan Water Poppy - Hydrocleis nymphaeoides

Identical to the familiar Water Poppy except that this one is about 50 percent larger. The leaves are frequently variegated with reddish blotches. Flowers in July,August. Unlike its smaller counterpart, this plant will produce viable seed, which germinate readily on the bottom of the pond. Excellent in water up to 18 inches deep, full sun, spreads by runners. As with its smaller counterpart, this species is not tolerant of hard frost. ZONE 8

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IBP Walking Rush - Eleocharis rostellata

Long, very thin, grasslike culms (the aboveground stems of grasses or grasslike plants) form soft mounds along the edges of streams and ponds. Stems are viviparous, producing adventitious daughter plants on the ends of the culms.

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IBP Water Cress - Nasturtium aquaticum

Water cress provides water gardeners with a fast growing, attractive plant that will grow when the weather is cold. For those of us in southern California, it is useful all winter as a filtering agent when the Hyacinth and Lettuce are dormant. Masses of white flowers come first in spring and with proper care can go well into summer. To top it off, it is edible. Plants will prostrate themselves on the pond edge or form floating colonies over open water. Reseeds freely.

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IBP Water Forget-Me-Not - Myosotis scorpioides

This is a particularly useful plant in streams and waterfall wiers, or in very shallow water to wet ground. Leaves are bright green, broadly lanceolate and grow from a creeping stem. Numerous branches and roots are produced so the plant can form a low thicket or dense floating mass. Bright blue, fragrant flowers are seen whenever their is sufficient sunshine on the plants to produce them. Here in southern California, we have seen them bloom at Christmas.

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IBP Water Four-Leaf Clover - Marselia crenata

As the name implies, this plant, and its cousins, resemble four-leaf clovers. Actually, they are ferns. In this case, the leaves are about 1 inch in diameter, are medium green, and have a crenate, or notched edge. As with all of the Marselias, the leaves arise from a heavily branched, creeping rootstock which can grow to great lengths. A nice addition to any bog or small water garden in a restrictive pot. Shipped bare rooted from a 4 inch pot. ZONE 7

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IBP Water Parsley - Oenanthe sarmentosa

A plant with erect stems 2 to 5 feet tall. The leaves are compound and up to 12 inches long with 2 inch leaflets. The foliage is green spring through summer, turning bronzy-red in the fall. The flowers are tiny, in compound umbells 1 to 1 1/2 feet tall. Fragrant when disturbed.

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IBP Water Plantain 'Narrow Leafed' - Alisma lanceolatum

Leaves grow in an erect rosette from a woody rootstock. Leaves are lanceolate, approximately 6" long and 1" wide, and are pointed at the end. Flowers are small, pink, and are produced in large numbers on a stalk that grows to 4' high. Grows in mud or shallow water. ZONE 5

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IBP Water Plantain - Alisma plantago-aquatica

A stout bog plant with lanceolate leaves under water, and lanceolate to heart shaped leaves on long stems above the water. Small white or lavender flowers are borne in sprays on a 3 foot high highly branched inflorescence. The effect of inflorescence in full bloom reminds one of a spray of Baby's Breath flowers, used in floral arrangements. The foliage is a pleasant moss green. Reseeds freely.

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IBP Water Poppy - Hydrocleis nymphaeaoides

A perenial water plant with floating, ovate leaves which grow from a thick rootstock. The leaves are green and fleshy. Flowers are buttery yellow, with a darker center, 2 inches in diameter, and are produced at the ends of runners, which also produce new plants. Very nice when mixed in with a low planting at the edge of the pond. Not tolerant of freezing. ZONE 8

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IBP Water Pygmyweed - Crassula helmsii

Low lying aquatic herb that prefers shallow waters, mud flats or muddy shores. Great for use as a groundcover. Small succulent in the jade family. Flowers August through September. Hardy to ZONE 3

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IBP Water Sensitive Plant - Small leaf - Neptunia aquatica

Related to the terrestrial sensitive plant, Mimosa pudica, this aquatic species floats on the water by means of swollen, air-filled sections of the stems. Small, compound leaves snap shut when touched, giving the plant its common name. They reopen within minutes. Leaves also close at night, or when the weather is cool. Yellow, puffball-like flowers emerge from the main stem on short stems at the leaf axils. Excellent as a curiosity or as a showpiece plant, or to inspire interest in gardens and plants in children.

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IBP Water Wisteria - Hygrophila difformis

A lovely plant with gray-green leaves, purple flowers, and a nice, light fragrance when bruised. Blooms spring through summer, and will grow in deep water in a submersed form or in the emersed form shown here. Does well in frost-free areas, and in sun or shade.

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IBP Water Zinnia- Wedelia trilobata

Stems are prostrate to semi-erect, branching, rooting at the leaf nodes. Leaves are dark green, stiff, slightly hairy, three-lobed, and deeply veined. Flowers are about 1" in diameter, are yellow with a darker area at the bottom of each petal. Flowers occur all year in mild climates, and create a lovely display when the plant is established. This plant will spread over concrete and among stones to create a quick, attractive, naturalized look, that is also about as tough as nails.

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IBP Wooly Water Clover - Marselia drummondi

This plants growth habit is similar to that of the other Marselias with the distinction of having pubescent, or hairy leaves. This "hariness" gives the plant a silvery appearance when viewed from a distance. It tolerates full sun and low water.

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IBP Yerba Mansa - Anemopsis californica

One of the few native water loving plants that we have to see in southern California that can be called showy. Its dark green ovate leaves can grow to 2 to 3 inches wide and 6 inches long on a stem of equal length. Leaves grow in a rosette from a thick rootstock. Older leaves turn marroon on their edges and stems. Small white flowers are borne on a central thickened spike about 2 inches long, which is surrounded by 6 white to reddish petal-like bracts. Will grow in exposed mud or shallow water. Reproduces by runners and by seed. Full sun or partial shade.

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IFP Fairy Moss / Duckweed Blend - 15 Bulk

Combination mix of Fairy Moss (Azolla caroliniana) / Duckweed (Lemna minor) - 15 portions This product does not qualify for the free shipping offer.

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IFP Mini Water Hyacinth - 25 Bulk

25 Miniature Water Hyacinth at a bulk discount! Free shipping offer does not apply to this product. Shipped Priority Mail Flat Rate $17

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25 Water Hyacinth at a bulk discount! Free shipping offer does not apply to this product. Shipped Priority Mail Flat Rate $17

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IFP Water Lettuce - 25 Bulk

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IFP Water Lettuce - Pistia stratiodes

Its leaves are thick, fuzzy, and gray-green. The leaves form a rosette on the water surface. The plants produce runners in all directions and eventually form colonies wherever they are able to sit undisturbed.

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IWI Louisiana Iris 'Black Gamecock'

Among the best of the Louisiana Irises. Plants quickly form large colonies in shallow water. Plants grow to about 18 inches tall with the flowers being held slightly higher. A very prolific bloomer once established, this iris produces deep purple flowers, almost black, with a rich, velvety texture. A great bang for your buck plant.

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IWI Louisiana Iris 'Handmaiden'

*OUT OF STOCK* A rich pinkish-lavender flower. Stands 20 to 27 inches tall.

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IWI Unidentified Iris

Unidentified water iris. This may have gotten mixed up in our tanks, and we're not sure what color or size it is. If you're willing to take a gamble, we'll give you a discount! (This may even be an iris that's not listed in our regular items!)

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JRS Just Right Soil for Bog Plants - 8 quart

For the purpose of initial potting or seasonal re-potting of Bog Plants. For vigorous plants and beautiful flowers all season. This is our custom potting mixture, used by us in our business for over 35 years. Our plants have won awards for Best Water Plants in a Landscape Contractor's Garden Display at the Del Mar Fair for over 20 years.

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JRS Just Right Soil for Lotus - 8 quart

For the purpose of initial potting or seasonal re-potting of Lotus. For vigorous plants and beautiful flowers all season. This is our custom potting mixture, used by us in our business for over 35 years. Our plants have won awards for Best Water Plants in a Landscape Contractor's Garden Display at the Del Mar Fair for over 20 years.

JRS Just Right Soil for Lotus - 8 quart
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JRS Just Right Soil for Waterlilies - 8 quart

For the purpose of initial potting or seasonal re-potting of Waterlilies. For vigorous plants and beautiful flowers all season. This is our custom potting mixture, used by us in our business for over 35 years. Our plants have won awards for Best Water Plants in a Landscape Contractor's Garden Display at the Del Mar Fair for over 20 years.

JRS Just Right Soil for Waterlilies - 8 quart
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KITML Potting Kit - Lily or Sm. Bog

Complete planting kit for waterlilies or small bog plants. Kit includes: pot, soil, fertilizer, sand and lava rock. Potting instructions available online. Everything you need to get a waterlily or bog plant potted and in your pond right away! Note: NO PLANT is included with this kit. This kit is meant to be purchased separately.

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PS Gro-Power Fertilizer Tablets (12 pack) - Flower Formula

3-12-12 Ratio - Flower Formulation
7 gram planting tablet designed for 2 to 4 month release. Components of tablets allow for breakdown within all soil mediums. May be used in new plantings, existing plants, containers, water plants. 2-4 Month Release 35.00% Humus, 7.00% Humic Acids, Micronutrients

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PS Gro-Power Fertilizer Tablets (12 pack) - Growth Formula

12-8-8 Ratio - Growth Formulation
7 gram planting tablet designed for 12 month slow release. Components of tablets allow for breakdown within all soil mediums. May be used in new plantings, existing plants, containers, water plants. Tablets may also be used when re-potting. 12-8-8 Formulation 20% Humus, 4% Humic Acids Micronutrients

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PS Gro-Power Fertilizer Tablets (24 pack) - Flower Formula

3-12-12 Ratio - Flower Formulation
7 gram planting tablet designed for 2 to 4 month release. Components of tablets allow for breakdown within all soil mediums. May be used in new plantings, existing plants, containers, water plants. 2-4 Month Release 35.00% Humus, 7.00% Humic Acids, Micronutrients

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PS Gro-Power Fertilizer Tablets (24 pack) - Growth Formula

12-8-8 Ratio - Growth Formulation
7 gram planting tablet designed for 12 month slow release. Components of tablets allow for breakdown within all soil mediums. May be used in new plantings, existing plants, containers, water plants. Tablets may also be used when re-potting. 12-8-8 Formulation 20% Humus, 4% Humic Acids Micronutrients

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PS Gro-Power Fertilizer Tablets (3 pack) - Flower Formula

3-12-12 Ratio - Flower Formulation
7 gram planting tablet designed for 2 to 4 month release. Components of tablets allow for breakdown within all soil mediums. May be used in new plantings, existing plants, containers, water plants. 2-4 Month Release 35.00% Humus, 7.00% Humic Acids, Micronutrients

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PS Gro-Power Fertilizer Tablets (3 pack) - Growth Formula

12-8-8 Ratio - Growth Formulation
7 gram planting tablet designed for 12 month slow release. Components of tablets allow for breakdown within all soil mediums. May be used in new plantings, existing plants, containers, water plants. Tablets may also be used when re-potting. 12-8-8 Formulation 20% Humus, 4% Humic Acids Micronutrients

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