The pond is always an important part of the garden because it can actually beautify the whole garden! For this reason, you must also plant your pond. Because this way he will always look very beautiful ... In this article we will introduce you to some ideas how you could plant your own pond!
Certainly there are many pond plants and different types of plants that are ideally suited for this purpose. When choosing the right pond plants, however, there are some aspects to consider that you may not have considered. It has to be clarified in which depth of water the species selected by you can thrive. Because in this way they will have the chance to thrive optimally in your garden pond.
Do you want to plant your pond? That could be a very good idea for your garden!
Plants like bamboo (Bambusoideae), Pampas grass (Cortaderia selloana) and miscanthus (Miscanthus sinensis) are suitable for the riparian zone. With these plant species you can frame your pond. And one of the main benefits of the water plants is that they can really survive the winter. But there are many pond plants that feel good in the marginal zone. The marginal zone usually refers to the area no more than 30 centimeters deep. Some of the most beautiful pond plants that prefer this zone and that could be ideal for your pond are the marsh marigolds (Caltha palustris), Marsh primrose (Caltha palustris), Juggler flowers (Mimulus) and the dragonworms (Calla palustris). With such plants you can really beautify your pond very easily!
If you plant your own pond, it will always look very beautiful!
If you want to plant your pond, you must know that there are actually still different plants that feel comfortable in the other deep zones. Ideal for the so-called shallow water zone (that is the range between 30 and 60 centimeters) are great-looking plants like: rabbit root (Acorus calamus), Arrowhead (Sagittaria), Needle-sockbill (Eleocharis acicularis) and water primrose (Hottonia palustris).
There are actually quite different aquatic plants for pond that can be ideal for this purpose
When choosing the right pond plants, however, there are some aspects to consider
For this purpose, a preliminary research must be carried out
Because it has to be clarified in which depth of water the plant species selected by you can thrive
You also need to know how deep your pond is
This really is very important for the aquatic plants that you have selected
Only in this way will they have the chance to thrive optimally in your pond
There are many plants that are ideal for the riparian zone
Thanks to the plants from the riparian zone, your pond can be framed
Fish in the pond? Why not!
Thanks to the aquatic plants, every pond can be beautified
The shore plants could really be a very good idea for your own pond
They really have many advantages
But one of the most important and numerous benefits of the water plants is that they can easily survive the winter
A really great idea for garden design
Do you really want to plant your own pond? Then you must know that your garden pond should be planted between March and June!
Because between March and June the temperatures are mild
And the optimal thriving of the aquatic plants is favored by the mild temperatures
Plants like bamboo (Bambusoideae) Are suitable for the riparian zone
When planting, you should also know that only two thirds of the pond need to be planted
But there are also many pond plants that feel comfortable in the marginal zone
The so-called Drachenwurzen (Calla palustris), which are ideal for the fringe area, can beautify your garden pond
Because the Drachenwurzen look really great!
The water primroses (Hottonia palustris) are still a great idea for aquatic plants that can beautify your pond
The great-looking water primroses are ideal for the so-called shallow-water zone (that's the range between 30 and 60 centimeters)
The whole process is really fun!
You just want to feel like it!
Everything depends not only on your personal wishes, but also on your pond
Frame the garden pond with bamboo
A great looking Japanese garden with pond
The marsh marigold (Caltha palustris), also marsh-yolk-flower written, is a plant species that can be ideal for the fringe of your pond
Plant the pond with marsh marigolds
Here are some great pictures from which you may be inspired
Here is another great pond design
Pond with waterfall? That could also be a great idea!
Water plants for pond - the beautiful water primroses
Here are still beautiful water plants that could beautify any pond