- Mar 21, 2019
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Good call, I’ll do that.Many nurseries carry pond plants, at least in our area. You can also find plants at regular nurseries that may not be sold as pond plants but will work - specifically rushes, reeds, sedges, etc. Look for things that are labeled as liking moist growing conditions.
I would also suggest you check Craigslist for people who may be thinking out plants and have things to give away. Once pond plants get going, you will always have way more than you need.
On another subject...
Hi, I have to go on vacation for about a week, my son and daughter-in-law are having their second child (my first granddaughter!) and I won’t miss it! Unfortunately my pond is going through some issues and I’m a little bit concerned about leaving it. Basically, there is a string algae problem...