Ferns grow from spores rather than from seeds. They are hardy plants with fronds, or fan-like leaf structures, which make them an attractive addition to home landscapes. Some varieties of ferns adapt .
Japanese Painted Fern - Loves moisture and shade Hardy Hibiscus survived zone has enormous blooms and loves wet feet! Ferns love damp soil - this is a cinnaomon stick fern. Water will rot the roots of most plants and.
Looking for a solution to your wet areas in your garden? Plant these water loving perennials that will return year after year! Add pops of color with the varying heights of the siberian iris, rose turtlehead and ligularia amongst the green ostrich fern.
Turn low-lying damp spots in your landscape into a colorful flower border by selecting perennials that thrive in wet soil. Here are some of the best perennials you can grow in soggy situations. This is creeping jenny
Turn your yard from swampy to swanky with these moisture-loving plants
Dalmation Bellflower produces beautiful mounds of purple bell-shaped flowers from late spring through summer. Low-growing plant is perfect for adding color in front of other perennials. Grows only tall. Spreads Prefers full sun to partial shade.
Plant Trees In Wet Areas: Using Water Loving Trees In Poor Drainage Soil
Eastern side yard: If your yard has poor drainage, you need water loving trees. If you choose wisely, you can find trees that not only grow in wet, swampy area, but will thrive. Learn more about using water loving trees here.
Cardinal Flower loves wet spots Perennials For Wet Soil Turn low-lying damp spots in your landscape into a colorful flower border by selecting perennials that thrive in wet soil. Here are some of the best perennials you can grow in soggy situations.
"Christmas Ferns" are popular because they are one of the few ferns that will stay green all winter long. The Christmas fern serves as a wonderful host for butterfly larvae. Being an evergreen fern it will add color to a garden all year round.