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Plants i have found to live in under 10 degrees, and solid frozen ice covered pond over winter. This is 10 degrees out of water, temp in the water is unknown, i would guess its much colder....!

Dwarf sag

Vallisneria americana
a certain crypt type, have no idea what it is, but it lives in the deeper area of the pond, brown with lines on it. Fairly large.

Swords do not live, to my surprise

Bacopa carolinana

Bacopa colorata

Hydrocotyle sib.

Hydrocotyle japan

Ludwigia repens

Ludwigia rubin

Dwarf hair grass

other hair grass type no clue what it is, the giant kind. When this grows in a pond though, it basically floats, it has 1 main plant on the ground then shoots a handful of plants towards mid water to surface level to propagate i find.

Ludwigia arcuata

Dwarf lobelia cardinalis (turns purple in ponds, melts back then comes back in spring)

various types of lilies can live 3ft+ deep, i find they cant live 1ft of depth though this cold.

Marsilea hirsuta

brazilian pennywort

and another type of clover that grows half submersed half emersed i am not sure of the name.
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