The Pond Plant Girl eats pond plants like water celery and pennywort. Learn more about pond plants and growing an herb garden too!
Well, water lettuce just looks like lettuce. I? don’t think you can eat it! At least, I wouldn’t… but I think hippos do.
Cool, I love all of those… Well? I wonder about water lettuce, I had a whole pond full of them, I just didn’t know what to do with them. They were like fantasia with the broomstick just dividing and dividing forever…
thanks? for sharing about the pennywort! sending condolences for loss of white & goldie…8 years is a ripe ol’ age!! I am sure fishy will be missed..
The ones that? spring to mind are N.Aquaticum (Water cress), V.Beccabunga (Brooklime) – leaves of above. T.Latifolia (Reedmace) – Roots and I.Glandulifera (Himalayan balsam) – ripe seed pods. There ae bound to be more I’ve forgotten, but I’ll vid them.
Thanks, PondGuru! I only know of a few more eatable pond plants, so would love to know about more we? can eat!
There? are some edible aquatic plants that are hardy in England, I’ll do a video on them and post it back in the future. Keep it up.
Thanks Sherrie! I always love hearing? from you. Let’s get you some pregnant onion and water hyacinth too! GAiL
Hi Pamela – We made our own garden? boxes. It was pretty easy, just 4 posts and 4 planks. Thanks for the neat comment! GAiL
That’s so beautiful that you feed the hungry, now you? know you’re gonna be blessed. Did you build your own boxes or did you buy them. They’re beautiful.
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