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These are one of the most important pond plants you can introduce to any body of water! If you don’t have these plants, your pond can fail, not to mention look, and smell, like a sewage treatment plant!
The only alternative to using oxygenators is to use expensive or unhealthy algaecides! These plants help clean the water, remove algae, and promote clarity, produce oxygen to create good biological balance!
A must for all water gardens! A quick and good rule of thumb is to use 1 bunch per sq. foot of surface area for your pond.
Take your pond’s average length and times it by the average width, this will equal the number of bunches you need for your pond. You can also mix and match different species of plants for better variety.
Example: If you have a pond that is 5 feet long and 5 feet wide…5 x 5 = 25 bunches of plants.