If you’re looking for a way to give your customers’ ponds or your retail water feature displays star quality this season – the kind of appeal that makes visitors stop dead in their tracks and sets flashbulbs popping – consider adding one or more of the following power players to your ponds.
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Victoria ‘Longwwood Hybrid’
Waterlilies (nymphaea) Hardy and Tropical
Mosaic Plant • Ludwigia Sedioides
Taro • Colocasia Hybrids
Alligator Flag • Thalia spp.
Egyptian Papyrus • Cyperus papyrus
Lotus • Nelumbo hybrids
Company Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Bio Tamara Kilbane is the horticulturist in charge of aquatic plants at Denver Botanic Gardens in Denver, Colorado. A graduate of Oregon State University,...
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