Hardy Submerged

The roots of submerged plants are anchored in soil, but their delicate green leaves stay underwater rather than floating on the surface. Since they release oxygen directly into the water, they are often referred to as oxygenating plants. All are flowering plants, but their blossoms are insignificant and often are unnoticed.  They play a vital role in balancing the ecology of a pond by competing with algae for dissolved nutrients and carbon dioxide. Submerged plants offer another benefit; their grassy leaves provide food and a natural spawning area for fish


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Anacharis

Anacharis

Hardy Submerged Pond Plant - Anacharis A fast growing oxygenating plant. Use one bunch for every 2 s..

$3.50

Cabomba

Cabomba

Hardy Submerged Pond Plant - Cabomba*Restricted Plant in CA-MN-WA-WI  *Unable to Ship Has fan s..

$2.65

Hornwort

Hornwort

 Hardy Submerged Pond Plant - Hornwort A very good oxygenator, does not have to be planted. Bab..

$2.80

Red Ludwigia

Red Ludwigia

Hardy Submerged Pond Plant - Red Ludwigia The red-green leaves of this plant will stick out of the w..

$2.65

Vallisneria

Vallisneria

 Hardy Submerged Pond Plant - Vallisneria Has ribbon-like leaves. Plant several bunches togethe..

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