10 aquatic flower to grow in water

Growing aquatic flowers in water can add beauty to ponds, water gardens, or indoor water features. Here are 10 aquatic flowers that you can consider growing in water

1. Water Lily

Water lilies are perhaps the most iconic aquatic flowers. They come in various colors and sizes and are known for their floating leaves.

2. Lotus

Lotus flowers are revered in many cultures and come in a variety of colors. They are known for their large, elegant blooms.

3. Water Hyacinth

Water hyacinth produces beautiful lavender flowers and has attractive rounded leaves. However, be cautious, as it can be invasive in some regions.

4. Canna Lily

While not a true water plant, canna lilies can thrive in shallow water and add vibrant colors to the edges of ponds or water gardens.

5. Pickerel Weed

This native perennial produces spikes of blue to purple flowers and is well-suited for the edges of ponds.

6. Blue Iris

Blue irises are classic water garden plants, known for their stunning blue flowers. They can be grown at the water's edge or in shallow water.

7.  Arrowhead

Arrowhead plants have arrow-shaped leaves and produce white or pink flowers. They are adaptable and can grow in various water depths.

8. Aquatic Cannas

Also known as hardy canna, this plant produces spikes of blue to lavender flowers and has attractive, banana-like foliage.

9. Taro

While often grown for its striking foliage, taro can also produce small, white flowers. It's a versatile plant that can be grown in wet or submerged conditions.

10.  Bog Bean

Bog bean produces clusters of white, fringed flowers and is suitable for the margins of ponds or boggy areas.