Water plant with small white-pink flowers with three petals, similar to those of Alisma plantago-aquatica. Be cultivated is immersed in a few centimeters of water on moist soil near streams of water. We recommend to pack it with a density of seven plants per square meter.
Creeping plant that creates a thick carpet of leaves, to be used on board the pond to cover imperfections and towels. Not sensitive to frost.
A perennial herb, marsh, creeping. Has erect stems and green leaves. From June to August produces flowers in glass of white color. To grow along the banks of ponds or lakes, submerged 2 cm of water. Not sensitive to frost.
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.
Plant to soil moist and marshy, with double flowers white. The leaves are aromatic and conspicuously variegated deep red. It should be grown in all wet areas, especially in low-lying areas of the pond.
Creeping marsh plant that forms dense mats very decorative, to grow in the pond edge. He leaves orbicular bright green. Native plant that can stand the frost.
Interesting variety of creeping marsh plant with yellow leaves. It should be planted along the edges of the pond as a ground cover plant.