What are wetlands plants?

Wetland plants are those types of plant species that are found in all types of wetlands, either in or on the water surface or where soils are flooded or saturated long enough for anaerobic conditions to develop in the root zone

Example of wetland plants are as follows:

  • Swamp mahogany
  • Swamp paperbark
  • Swamp she-oak
  • Shrubs like the swamp banksia, tea trees and ferns

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