Tropical Water Lily
Water Hycanths
Emergent plants, those that have their roots in the water but their shoots above water, can be added to the margins of pools.
cattails (Typha spp.),
arrowhead (Sagittaria spp.)
water lilies (Nymphaea spp.)
Submergent species, or those that remain under water such as elodea, are often used as oxygenators.

These are plants that remove carbon dioxide from the water and add oxygen. These plants are essential in most ponds to keep the water clear.
These plants help in the watergarden by competing with algae for the nutrients in the water and effectively reduce the amount of algae that will be able to grow helping to keep the water clear.
Cabomba caroliniana.
Camboma caroliniana flower
Examples of submerged oxygenators  are -
Red Ludwigia
Floating species are those that are not anchored at all in the pond.
These floating species include plants such as duckweed (Lemna minor) and
water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes)
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Water Plants

We carry over 120 different varieties of water plants

Here are a few examples  
maple leaf
maple leaf
We carry over
120 different varieties
of water plants, including the following:
reeds and rushes
water lilies
water hyacinth
swamp cypress
and too many others to mention here.
Many of our water plants are grown here at the nursery to ensure great quality and low prices!
maple leaf

Make your selections from the over 120 varieties of water plants found at
Pond and Garden Nursery.

While attractive, water hyacinth and water lettuce can be serious weed problems in certain climates.

Although not as effective as oxygenators, these plants help keep the water clear by limiting the amount of sunlight that algae receive. 

They also provided needed hiding places and shelter for your fish.

In tiny ponds created in barrels and similar containers, these plants may be adequate to maintain clear water.
For your pond, you might consider a mixture of emergent, submergent, and floating plant species.
These include (among others):