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Crafting Beautiful Landscapes Throughout
The South Puget Sound Since 2000.

2905 Black Lake Blvd SW, Tumwater WA 98512

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Landscape Design & Installation (360) 280-5116
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POND Supply Store (360) 412-0309
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Pond Plants with Fall and Winter Interest

Pond Plants with Fall and Winter Interest

Pond Plants 🕔August 19, 2020 0 comments

Pond Plants with Fall and Winter Interest – those plants that bloom or display color during the fall months and those that maintain foliage during winter (zone and weather dependent).

Fall Color & Bloomers – plants that have colored foliage, seed heads or blooms in the late summer or fall (zone and weather dependent). Extend your season with color while you feed the birds during winter months.

Black Madras Grass- Oryza sativa ‘Black Madras’ “rice seed heads”and fall color

Cattails– Typha spp. “cattails”

Crimson or Kaffir Lily- Schizostylus coccinea ‘Oregon Sunset’ crimson blooms

Day Lily ‘Night Beacon’ -Hemerocallis sp. Burgundy blooms spring & fall

Golden Reed – Phragmites aust. aurea – grass seed heads

Marsh Hibiscus- H. coccineus & H. moscheutos- red, white or pink blooms

Marsh Aster– Aster elliotti purple blooms

Water Hawthorne- Aponogeton distachyus- white blooms

Wild Rice- Zizania latifolia) “rice seed heads”

Evergreen Pond Plants- plants that usually keep their foliage during winter (zone and weather dependent)

Black Flowering Sedge – Carex nigra

Bowles Golden Sedge- Carex elata ‘Bowles Golden’

Day Lily ‘Night Beacon’ Hemerocallis sp.

Duckweed- Lemna major, L. minor, Wolfia

Fairy Moss- Azolla

Horsetail- Equisetum hymale ‘Robustum’

Rush, Blue- Juncus inflexus ‘Lovesick Blues’ ‘Elk Blue’

Rush, Giant Corkscrew- Juncus effuses ‘Unicorn’

Rush, Corkscrew- Juncus effuses ‘Afro’

Sweet Flag, Japanese Golden -Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’

Water Hawthorne – Aponogeton distachyus

Variegated Striped Rush – Baumia rubig. ‘Variegata’

Also check out Pond Plants Blooming Guide and Create Pond Plant Combo blogs for more information, please contact Kerri Bailey at .

Seasonal Pond Care Class is scheduled for Sat. Sept. 5th at 11am, please rsvp by email or call us at 360-412-0309. It is free, all those that attend with get a 20% off any purchase made at the store on that day.

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