Native Aquatic Plants

The addition of native aquatic plants to your lake increases the habitat for fish, birds and freshwater invertebrates. The aquatic plants also increase the esthetics of your lake as well as help filter out nutrients in the water. The plants are typically planted on one foot centers along the perimeter of the lake or in a shallow water shelf in a section of the lake. Prices will vary depending on quantity, species and time of year.

Pickerelweed (Pontederia Cordata)
Grows to a height of 3-4 feet with a purple flowers.
Arrowhead (Sagittaria Latifolia)
Grows up to 4 feet tall, with a white flower
Spikerush (Eleocharis)
Tubular stalk, varies from no flower to small white flower at the tip of the stalk.

Blue Flag Iris (Iris Virginica)
Grow up to 2 feet tall with blue flowers

Giant Bulrush (Scirpus Californicus)
Grows upward of 8 feet tall. This plant is ideal for blocking the view of shoreline pumps, culverts, drains etc.

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Invasive Plants
More information on invasive species coming soon.


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