Bog Plants

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Acorus gramineus 'Ogon'

…yellow leaves, lightly striped with green. This semi evergreen plant enjoys a reliably moist, boggy soil and thrives when submerged in the shallow waters at the edge of ponds. The Japanese Rush will make an eye-catching addition to a damp border, bog garden or pond.…  More Info

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Lysimachia punctata

…ideal for growing in moist perennial borders, bog gardens or pond margins and will thrive in difficult clay soils. Naturalising well in a wild or woodland garden, dotted loosestrife is a valuable late-summer perennial, flowering when many other plants are past their…  More Info

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Saintpaulia 'RS-Bog Solntsa'

Saintpaulia ‘RS-Bog Solntsa’ is a semi-double African Violet bearing lavishly crinkly, maroon blooms set off with a contrasting, crisp white margin. African violets are the perfect flowering houseplants, blooming non-stop for many months in a wide range of jewel-like colours.…  More Info

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Lobelia siphilitica Blue

…siphilitica is a handsome, statuesque plant that grows happily in sun or semi shade. This tall perennial makes a lovely addition to moist borders and bog gardens, or planted in the shallowest margins of ponds. Height: 120cm (47). Spread: 30cm (12). Planting<…  More Info

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Lobelia speciosa Fan Burgundy

This magnificent hardy perennial makes a fabulous addition to hot-coloured borders, bog gardens or pondside planting. Tall spires of three-lipped, tubular flowers in an intense shade of velvety crimson rise above dark green foliage from midsummer to early autumn. Tough,…  More Info

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