Beautiful leaves spoon-shaped emerald green. In summer it produces an inflorescence with countless flowers pinkish-white. To plant surrounded by a few cm of water or moist soil at the edge of ponds and natural swimming pools. We recommend a planting density of seven plants per square meter.
Imposing marsh reed by the silvery green foliage. To be used in large ponds and large swimming pools. We recommend putting it planted at a density of 3 plants per square meter.
Reed from light green foliage variegated with yellow. Reaches 4 m tall and likes a moist soil and waterlogged. Suitable for medium to large ponds.
Marsh reeds with light green leaves variegated with white. Reaches 4 m tall and likes moist soil and waterlogged. Suitable for medium to large ponds. We recommend putting it planted at a density of 3 plants per square meter
Small floating aquatic fern looking like moss. It is small in size but form large, dense clusters of seedlings. Very useful in the pond, as oxygenating plant and nitrogen-fixing. We recommend a density of 3 clumps of plants per square meter.
Unusual and showy marsh plant with green leaves variegated with yellow. A native of Australia and New Zealand. Suitable for all types of pond. Arable land in wet or submerged by up to 10 cm of water. We recommend a density of 5 plants per square meter. Not sensitive to frost.
Flowers in umbels of deep pink, green leaves to the sword. It should be planted immersed in water from 0 to 20 cm deep in the banks of ornamental ponds.
Unusual flowers in umbels of white color with pink button in the center, it should be planted immersed in water from 0 to 20 cm deep in the banks of ornamental ponds.
Graminaceous plant, native, forming dense clumps of bright green leaves. In late spring produces a narrow inflorescence brown. Suitable for giving naturalness to the banks, recommended with a density of 5 plants per square meter.
Marsh grass, small bluish-gray foliage, tolerates brackish water and short periods of drought.