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Bog plants

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Carnivouous bog garden.

Bog Garden for Carnivorous Plants: Nothing livens up a classroom windowsill like some predator / prey action. Carnivorous plants are the mightiest of houseplants, but many can only thrive in a soggy, acidic, bog environment. To keep your carnivorous plants happy year-round, ma…

Creeping Jenny --lysimachia nummularia --zones 3-9 --few inches tall --small yellow flowers in early summer --likes moist sunny area--good for containers

Too much moisture can cause some plants to turn to mush. Not these water-loving perennials! They thrive in soggy situations such as an area surrounding a splashing fountain, the edges of a pond, or a low-lying spot that is always damp. A few of these plants even tolerate standing water.

Spreading quickly in wet, mucky soil, chameleon plant, Houttuynia cordata, makes an excellent ground cover. #perrenials #bhg

Spreading quickly in wet, mucky soil, chameleon plant, Houttuynia cordata, makes an excellent ground cover. #perrenials #bhg

How To Overwinter Pond Plants - Water Garden Advice

Preparing your pond plants before winter will ensure that they survive the cold winter months. Here are some handy overwintering tips.

small-reed-mace-typha-minima Bog plants

We recommend plants with beautiful flowers and foliage to grow in bog gardens.

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DIY Mini Bog Garden for bog plants, carnivorous plants, mosses, water plants, etc. Definitely an attention grabber! Bog bowls are perfect for carnivorous species like the ones pictured and more. Sundews, venus flytraps, pitcher plants, and more!

DIY Mini Bog Garden for bog plants, carnivorous plants, mosses, water plants, etc. Definitely an attention grabber! Bog bowls are perfect for carnivorous species like the ones pictured and more. Sundews, venus flytraps, pitcher plants, and more!

Making a Carnivorous Plant Bog Garden - YouTube

WE NOW HAVE AN UPDATED VERSION OF THIS VIDEO! GO CHECKOUT OUR NEWER VIDEO FOR UP TO DATE BOG KIT INFO. Learn how to put together a carnivorous plant bog gard...

Got a wet spot in your yard? Turn it into an eye-catching garden with plants that thrive in moist soil.

HGTV.com showcases colorful bog plants, including calla lily, canna, Egyptian papyrus, burnet, carex, swamp hibiscus and buttonbush.