Native marginal plants

Native marginal plants are a cornerstone of sustainable pond ecosystems, embodying a harmonious relationship with the local environment. These plants, adapted to the specific conditions of a region, thrive at the water’s edge and contribute significantly to the ecological balance of ponds. Varieties such as native sedges, rushes, and irises not only showcase the beauty of local flora but also provide essential habitat and food sources for indigenous wildlife. Being well-suited to the climate and soil conditions, native marginal plants often require less maintenance and contribute to the overall resilience of the pond ecosystem.

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