Mountain and aquatic plants
Mountain plants, which we buy for our gardens, are mainly species in the natural environment that grow on mountain areas.
They are, as a rule, small plants with charming flowers, usually, however, odorless. They are resistant to cold and winds, but sensitive to overheating of the roots and excessive substrate moisture. Most species require well-drained soils. Mountain plants look best on rockeries, but they also look good in pots and elevated ones, ornamental discounts.
Water plants, depending on the place of occurrence (planting), we divide, as a rule, into coastal plants (muddy), submerged in water and floating. Most coastal plants are quite tolerant and can also grow partially submerged in water. For aquatic plants, read the planting instructions carefully, especially water depth recommendations.