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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Marsh Marigold

Marsh marigolds bring color to sunny pond margins as their intense yellow blooms appear in late spring. Although they grow to 24 inches tall and 18 inches wide at water level, they also suit planting baskets if you need to control their spread.

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