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5 Hornwort Plants| Oxygenating | 9cm Pots

Keeps your pond healthy

The Highlights

    • A native oxygenating plant with dark green whorled leaves on stems up to 3m long
    • The foliage resembles little horns, hence the common name Hornwort. The plant's latin name comes from the Green 'ceratos' meaning horn
    • This submerged aquatic perennial can grow to great depths, making it ideal for large ponds and lakes
    • Free floating, but weighting can help secure the plant in the desired location
    • Helps to keep your pond healthy

5 Hornwort Plants| Oxygenating | 9cm Pots

Keeps your pond healthy
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The Highlights

    • A native oxygenating plant with dark green whorled leaves on stems up to 3m long
    • The foliage resembles little horns, hence the common name Hornwort. The plant's latin name comes from the Green 'ceratos' meaning horn
    • This submerged aquatic perennial can grow to great depths, making it ideal for large ponds and lakes
    • Free floating, but weighting can help secure the plant in the desired location
    • Helps to keep your pond healthy

Know Your Plant

Supplied as:

5 Plants in 9cm Pots

Height on arrival:

Eventual height:

Up to 10cm

Eventual spread:

1-1.5m
Spreads to between 1-1.5m within 2-5 years

Time to first crop:

Habit:

Submerged
A submerged aquatic perennial which can grow to great depths

Hardiness:

Fully hardy
Hardy in all areas of the UK, does not require winter protection.

Rootstock:

Spacing:

1m
Position plants at least 1m apart to allow for spreading

Care Guide

Pest and disease free

This plant is untroubled by pests and diseases. MORE

Plant in water

Needs a permanently wet soil.MORE

Full sun to full shade

A submerged plant which grows well in all light conditions.MORE

Poorly drained soil

Any permanently moist or waterlogged soil - clay or loam is ideal.MORE

Feeding not required

No need to feed - this plant gets all the nutrients it needs from pond water or soil.MORE

No pruning needed

A very low maintenance plant which requires no pruning. Ever!MORE

For more care tips and ideas visit our Knowledge page

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