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Why not spruce up your pond with some fresh plants, not only bringing fresh colour to your pond, but also adding extra oxygen to the water as well.
For effective planting in your pond, try to cover these main areas:
Area 1 - Marginal plants - these can be planted in normal garden soil and can surround the pond edge to create attractive edging.
Area 2 - Marsh or Bog plants - these can sit in varying depths from 0 -15cm under water as the plant roots only need a small amount of water coverage.
Area 3 - Water Plants - these plants can sit in between 0 - 40cm and need planting much deeper underwater
Area 4 - Water lilies - the lilies are normally planted in baskets at the base of a pond and can create shade with their leaves
Area 5 - Oxygenators - plants that help with the overall aeration of the pond
Area 6 - Surface Floaters - these are not planted and absorb nutrients from the water.