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Some plants naturally grow in waterside areas, by streams or in boggy ground, where many other plants would struggle to grow. If you have a streamside garden or a pond, try planting these unique bog plants around the edges, or in some cases in the pond itself, for an exotic and eye-catching display.
Water Lily (Red)
NymphaeaThe best recognised of water plants and for good reason! The claret red, goblet shaped buds open to reveal glamorous star shaped blooms with golden anthers. This elegant variety is so compact it is even suitable for growing in containers on patios and balconies. Spread: 100 cm (39")Buy a pack of two and get two 25cm (10 ) plastic, terracotta-coloured containers free. More info