Aquatic Plants

Find and share information and answers about plants that grow partially or wholly under water or in consistently saturated soil.

Aquatic Plants are those such as water lily, lotus, and water hyacinth, which grow partially or wholly under water or in consistently saturated soil. In general, there are two basic life forms of aquatic plants: Those with roots that grow in mud or muck, and those that float on the surface of the water with no roots that grow in soil. There are thousands of species of aquatic plants. Among these, some are better suited for leaving in the wild, while others are useful in home or commercial aquatic gardens.

In Gardenality Aquatic Plants, anyone from the novice to the expert can find and share information and answers to learn more about aquatic plants.

Recent Aquatic Plants Articles
Aquatic Plants for Ponds in the Shade by Gardenality.com (Friday, January 28, 2011) - Click to read »

Most Popular Aquatic Plants Articles
Aquatic Plants for Ponds in the Shade by Gardenality.com (Friday, January 28, 2011) - Click to read »


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Water · Pond · Plants · Shade · Garden

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