Bog Plants are also called Marginal Plants. That’s because their natural habitats are the shallow water along the margins of a pond or stream. They also grow in bogs and swamp like conditions. There are upright growing types like bulrushes, cattails and horsetail and surface covering types that grow like miniature waterlilies or creep along the water surface.
As a general rule, the upright growing bog plants prefer 0-6 inches of water above their roots (unless otherwise noted) and the surface-covering bog plants need 4-18 inches of water above their roots. Most bog plants will thrive in any exposure from full sun to shade or anything in between (unless otherwise noted.) Tropical Bog Plants are considered winter hardy down to USDA Zone 8 (unless otherwise noted.)
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