Marginals are a broad category of plants that live at the edge of a pond or water feature. They need their feet in the water in order to survive. Marginal plants provide color and interest to your pond but do so much more. They contribute to the healthy balance of your pond’s eco-system by providing
food for fish and many species attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds.
To extend the use of these beneficial plants to all areas of the pond, we have introduced floating islands, so that marginal plants are not relegated to the side of the pond with higher ledge elevations. With the use of floating islands, you can make the marginal plants the center of attention!