at 15-22cm(6-9) is for the majority of upright emergent pond plants like Alisma plantago-aquatica, Butomus umbellatus, Iris versicolor, Pontederia cordata where the top of the planted basket is within a maximum 5 inches of the top of the water or for Dwarf waterlilies.
How do you plant aquatic plants in a pond?
Planting pond plantsPosition the aquatic plant so that it is at the same depth in the lattice basket as it was in its pot, then top up with aquatic compost and firm.Cover the surface of the compost with a layer of washed gravel to keep the compost in place and prevent fish and other pond creatures from disturbing it.
What is a deep watering?
Watering deeply refers to watering in a manner which allows the soil to be soaked several inches (7-10 cm.) deep. Deep watering helps to make water more readily available to plants, and it allows for more efficient use of water in the event of prolonged periods without rain.
How deep is Zone 3 in a pond?
15-40cm Zone 3: Deep Marginal Plants (Planting Depth: 15-40cm)
How wide should pond shelves be?
We recommend a minimum of 3 x 1 litre marginal aquatic baskets per metre length for planting pond shelves. Plant more if the shelf is wider than 30cm(12) or if a full look is required quickly.
How deep is a wildlife pond?
A depth of 20-60cm (8in-2ft) varied across the pond will suit the majority of pond flora and fauna. But dont despair if you only have a small space: even a mini pond in a pot will provide a habitat and water source for garden wildlife.
What time of day is best for watering plants?
morning The best time to water plants is in the morning or evening. If you water in the afternoon, especially during summer, the heat and sun are at their peak and the plants water will evaporate instead of absorbing into the soil and roots.