Wetland Plants

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  • Arrow Arum

    Arrow Arum is a wetland plant in the Eastern US and Canada. It is also found in Florida along the Gulf Coast. It can tolerate low oxygen levels. It is an invasive plant in some places in North America. The leaves are variable in size but usually shaped like an arrowhead

  • Arrow Head Viburnum Stakes

  • Arrowhead Viburnum Plant

    >The Arrowhead is also known as the Bull Tongue plant. Many wildlife creatures use this for food and grows well in zones two to ten. It is perfect for adding to your water garden or planting around any body of water you may have on your property. This plant will grow up to four feet tall and the foliage is unique in that it looks similar to arrowheads

  • Bent Trillium

    Bent Trillium is an amazing plant for gardens. This plant can grow to be twelve to eighteen inches tall and does great when planted in climate zones three through nine. This plant loves to be in partial sunlight and also partially shaded areas

  • Blue Flag Iris

    The Blue Flag Iris plant is a beautiful flowering perennial that is easy to grow and maintain. It grows best in climate zones five through nine and will be anywhere from one to three feet tall. It can be used for bordering, as a stand alone piece or planting in groups for more color. This flower will bloom during the spring and summer months of the year and will need a full sunlight environment.

  • Cattail

    The Cattail is a beautiful grass that will grow to be anywhere from two to three feet tall. It prefers soils that are moist, but well drained and can grow in either full or partial sunlight environments. This plant will do best in climate zones two through eleven and should be planted three feet apart if planting more than one.&

  • Coon Tail Grass

    Coon Tail Grass is an excellent plant and is perfect for bordering or edging your yard, driveways or walkways.  Hardy zones two to eleven is the best zones it prefers and will prefer moist but well-drained soil conditions

  • Duck Potato

    The Duck Potato plant is a great one to consider when adding to your natural area.  It will need moist soil conditions with a full sunlight environment.  It will stand out amongst your other flowers and plants but will not overshadow them.  This plant is also perfect for bordering or edging and will give an immaculate appearance to your driveways and walkways.


Wetland Plants Help the Environment.

Wetland Plants are great for planting in areas of standing water or swampy areas. The plant’s roots can act as a natural network to stabilize the soil along the edge of the water. The plants also provide shelter to fish and animals. They are excellent to use in restoration projects, storm water projects, and naturalized areas.

Cattails are among the most commonly known, and one of the most important native wetland plants. Cattails provide habitats, improves water quality and provides food for wildlife. Native Americans made flour from cattail roots.

River Oats are named for its oat-like seed-heads, and where it likes to grow; river and stream banks, Birds and small mammals like to eat it’s seeds. River Oats are easy to grow and nearly maintenance-free. They are aggressive growers, so they may need to be kept under control depending upon placement.

Pickerelweed likes to grows in shallow freshwater, such as marshes, pond edges, lakes, and streams. This plant is easily recognized by its beautiful flowers – large spikes with clusters of violet-blue flowers.

There are many benefits to preserving wetlands and wetland plants. Some of the cost benefits are easy to realize, but others have an impact in many indirect ways.

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