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Lincolnshire Pond Plants Crested Newt Bareroot Pack – CNPL01


Oxygenating plants are to provide cover for the larvae. During this stage the larvae feed on all small bugs and mosquito larvae.
The tall marginal plants are to allow the larvae to come outside the water for transformation to a dragonflies and damselflies. A grass is also needed to provide cover from predators once the dragonflies and damselflies are living in and around your pond.

Supplier of plants:
oxygenators, reeds, iris, water lilies, bog gardens,
wildlife ponds, natural ponds, lakes, floating plants,
deep water plants, marginals, native british and tropical.

SKU: crested-newt-pack Category:

78 in stock

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What you will receive:

4 x Marginal Plants idea for crested newts

2 x Oxygenating plants to provide cover 

1 x Small colour lily


Adult newts emerge from their overwintering sites in spring (March/April) and head to a pond to breed. Males perform an elaborate courtship dance before the eggs are laid. Females lay individual eggs on plant leaves and carefully wrap them up to protect them. Depending on local weather conditions, two to four weeks later larvae (sometimes called newt tadpoles) will hatch out. The larvae have feathery gills around the head, distinguishing them from frog and toad tadpoles; they have a mottled appearance and a tiny filament at the end of the tail. A couple of months after they hatch the larvae start to grow their front legs (again, different from frogs and toads), followed by the back legs. At this time of year adult newts will hang around in and around the pond and will hunt frog tadpoles.


Weight1 lbs
Pond Pack Types

Newt Packs