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    What pond plants help amphibians?

    Gardeners

    What sort of pond plants can be used to help amphibians; what plants might deter or even be harmful for them?

    Asked by lauren on 23rd Feb 2022
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    E j Landscapes ltd

    "Most pond plants are good rushes and irises are very good for helping frogs/newts to get out if and when they need to you can also leave a piece of hessian sacking hanging down in the water so any animals escape"

    Answered on 23rd Feb 2022 - Member since Feb 2022 - report
    The refurb company

    "Waterlily are certainly very good and most of the common aeration pond plants ( elodea densa Pond Plants Oxygenating )
    Kind regards Dave"

    Answered on 1st Mar 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    Lura construction

    "Within the pond, water lilies are a wonderful option, as frogs can hide beneath them, lay their eggs on the underside of the leaves, or rest on top of them. The flowers will also bring in insects for them to feast on, and many of the insects will serve as pollinators for some of your other plants."

    Answered on 30th Mar 2022 - Member since Mar 2022 - report

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