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.
Curious plant from moist soil to grow in the pond edge or along a ditch. Has reddish stems and lance-shaped leaves. Inflorescence umbel yellow. We recommend putting a dwelling with a density of seven plants per square meter
Likes moist soil and slightly acidic. It has aromatic leaves conspicuously variegated green, yellow and pink-red. Be cultivated in all wetlands especially at the edge of the pond, possibly even slightly dipped.
Small graminacea extremely interesting for its incredible and rich flowering panicles made up of nearly black purple.
One of the most interesting herbs, has an open bearing, 'transparent' that forms a mist of heads that move with the wind. Very popular with landscapers.