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Fall & Winter Care of Submerged Plants

As long as the submerged plants are below the ice, they will usually survive the winter in most zones. Any part of the plant that is allowed to freeze will turn to mush and add unwanted debris to the pond. It is wise to cut these plants back.

Anacharis

Anacharis (Elodea canadensis) is a submerged plant or oxygenator.  All ponds should have submerged plants to aid in maintaining clean and pure water. They help prevent algae growth.  Anacharis grows in sun and shade and can be in water 1-10 feet deep.  Each pond plant only spreads to about 12 inches.  Anacharis will often overwinter outdoors in […]