Wetland

Wetland plants are any plant that can survive and sometimes even thrive in very wet soil or standing water. Such plants are great for use in bio-retention ponds, near streams, or heavily saturated areas. Bald Cypress and Cephalanthus are great examples of water-loving plants.

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  • Sweet Bay Magnolia

    Will grow in wet areas of the landscape.

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    5-10
    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Sweet Bay Magnolia

    Will grow in wet areas of the landscape.

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    Zone:
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    5-10
    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Northern Belle Sweet Bay Magnolia

    This large semi-evergreen Magnolia can grow well in wet soils.

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    5-10
    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Dawn Redwood

    Trunk is bigger at the base much like an elephant foot and the bark is attractive, sometimes shaggy, but interesting at best.

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    4-8
    40 -80 ft
    20 -25 ft
  • Northern Bayberry

    A cold hardy Myrica whose leaves turn a splendid marooon purple in the colder months.

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    3-7
    5 -10 ft
    5 -10 ft
  • Black Gum

    Prefers low lying, wooded areas or pond peripheries.

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    4-9
    30 -50 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Wildfire Black Gum

    Colorful spring and fall foliage adorn this attractive, low maintenance, native Black Gum cultivar. Prefers low lying, wooded areas or pond peripheries, but will do well in full sun after establishment.

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    4-9
    30 -50 ft
    20 -30 ft