Aquatic plants

Aquatic plants, like their name says, are adapted for life in water. They absorb the nutrients in the water and add oxygen to the water. Growing plants with different needs and growth habits in the home pond contributes to a diverse and species-rich habitat.


Aquatic plants help to bind residues


In isolated ponds, the use of vegetation is very important – in addition to adding oxygen to the water, aquatic plants also help to limit the growth and spread of algae, as they absorb the nutrients produced in the water. For artificial ponds, we recommend that you use as little growing soil as possible when planting the plants, so that the plants can be more efficient.

Please note! Basically all aquatic plants tend to become invasive under ideal conditions, so we recommend growing them in pots in difficult-to-control environments.