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Oxygenating? Submersed is a more appropriate term for these plants. The reason? All plants add oxygen to the pond! These plants can float but are typically placed on the bottom of the pond in deeper water. Parrots feather can be sunk to the bottom, potted or allowed to float on top of the water. Anacharis and hornwort are the most common underwater, submersed or oxygenating plants.

Pond fish are known to eat anacharis! Tadpoles also love to eat anacharis, too. This is the reason we discontinued the Anacharis. So, hornwort "may be" a better selection.
  Anacharis has been discontinued
 
One bunch of hornwort Hornwort

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Hornwprt Weights
Hornwort weights
  Parrots feather can be submersed, floated, or potted your choice


Parrots Feather
 

 
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