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Native Pond Plants

Native Plants For Your Water Garden

World of Water has some of the best British aquatic pond and marsh plants in our collections. If you want to create a natural wildlife haven in your pond, then British native pond plants are the way to go. Native pond plants are easy to grow in your new pond and create a stunning water feature to enjoy all year round. Or mix up some of the best native pond plants for a wildlife pond with some of the more exotic and ornamental plants on sale for a truly spectacular addition to your garden.

From oxygenators and marginals to floating plants and deep water native lilies, our expert in-store team are happy to help you choose the best native water plants for your pond - use our in-store locator to find a World of Water centre near you. 

 



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    Weighted Bunches
    Oxygenator
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    Potamogeton natans - Broad leaved pondweed - Bunched

    UK Grown Pond Plants

    Potamogeton natans - Broad leaved pondweed - Bunched

    Potamogeton natans - Broad leaved pondweed Pond Plants - Bunched Greyish-green in colour with very long branched stems Flowers: May to August Growth Rate: Medium Depth: 20 - 80cm Max Height: 15cm to surface Native to British Isles: Yes Perfect For...

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  • Perfect For Pollinators
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    Angelica archangelica - angel's fishing rod

    UK Grown Pond Plants

    Angelica archangelica - angel's fishing rod

    Angelica archangelica - angel's fishing rod Statuesque plant with large architectural foliage and round seed heads. The smooth tender stems are boiled and candied to make cake decorations. Pond ready – This plant comes ready potted in aquatic...

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  • British Native
    Weighted Bunches
    Oxygenator
    Ceratophyllum demersum - Hornwort - Bunched Pack of 5

    UK Grown Pond Plants

    Ceratophyllum demersum - Hornwort - Bunched Pack of 5

    5 x Ceratophyllum demersum - Hornwort Oxygenator Pond Plants Dark green with rigid, branching stems densely clothed with foliage Flowers: May to July Growth Rate: Medium Depth: 30 - 150cm Max Height: Grows to the surface of the water Native...

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  • British Native
    Oxygenator
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    Hippuris vulgaris

    UK Grown Pond Plants

    Hippuris vulgaris - Mare's tail

    Hippuris vulgaris - Mare's tail - Oxygenator Plants  Low growing vertical bottle brush type stems Flowers: June - Aug Growth Rate: Slow Depth: 2 - 15cm Max Height: 25 - 30cm Native to British Isles: Yes Perfect For Pollinators:...

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  • British Native
    Weighted Bunches
    Oxygenator
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    Myriophyllum spicatum - Spiked water milfoil - Pack of 5 Bunches

    UK Grown Pond Plants

    Myriophyllum spicatum - Spiked water milfoil - Pack of 5 Bunches

    5 x Myriophyllum spicatum - Spiked water milfoil - Bunched A true oxygenator, this plant remains under the water. It has reddish foliage in whorls of four. It can grow very deep but is best established in shallower water and allowed to acclimatise...

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  • British Native
    Weighted Bunches
    Oxygenator
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    Potamogeton crispus - Curly pondweed - Pack of 5 Bunches

    UK Grown Pond Plants

    Potamogeton crispus - Curly pondweed - Pack of 5 Bunches

    5 x Potamogeton crispus - Curly pondweed - Bunched The long wiry stems bearing strap-like leaves are wavy edged. Almost translucent with a pinkish glow. It's foliage remains submerged making it a good oxygenator. Flowers: May - Aug Growth Rate:...

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A Guide to Pond Plants

Aquatic pond plants really bring a pond to life - not only do they greatly enhance the natural beauty of your pond, but they also play an essential role in maintaining the health of its water and inhabitants.

Step By Step Guide To Planting Pond Plants

Follow our step by step guide to successfully planting or replanting pond plants. Before we start, we will answer a few frequently asked questions.

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