Marsh plants

The marsh plants are a cross between terrestrial plants and aquatic plants; take nutrition from the roots as land plants (aquatic plants usually roots serve only to remain attached to the bottom) and they need at the same time plenty of water. In the wild they live along ponds and streams or in alluvial zones. To be grown in the the pond edge, creating background and verticality, as well as a significant aesthetical value. Some marsh plants also are useful for the purification of water. In our nursery you will find for sale a selection of the best plants adapted to this habitat.

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