Make a Splash with Water and Bog Plants

Water gardens add interest to your yard , and bog plants can turn some of your most problematic moisture-attracting areas into a design asset. Choose from these gorgeous water and bog plants.

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Flowering Rush

The flowering rush is a deservedly popular plant for pond margins, with its narrow angled leaves and pale pink, fragrant flowers. Growing to 3 feet tall, flowering rush will reach unlimited width when planted in a depth of 2 to 6 inches, in full sun.

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