Sword leaves bright green color, cultivable along the edges of the pond or the banks of rivers in a sunny position. Aromatic plant, edible. We recommend a density of planting of 5 plants per square meter.
Marsh plant composed of an erect stem and triangular leaf. Requires a constantly moist soil or covered with a few centimeters of water. Excellent plant for phytoremediation.
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.
Interesting native plant, ground cover, from bright green foliage. Excellent in phytoremediation systems and constructed wetlands.
Marsh plant, suitable for medium sized ponds. It forms dense clumps of bluish green leaves, is cultivated in the pond edge, on moist soil or immersed in 5 cm of water. For a good effect, we recommend a density of 5 plants per square meter.
Small variety that forms dense clumps of variegated green leaves of yellow and white, is grown on board the pond. on wet ground or immersed in 5 cm of water. Also excellent for constructed wetlands in small ponds.
Graminaceous small, marshy evergreen with glaucous-green leaves. To grow even slightly immersed in water. native plant.
The Carex paniculata is a marsh plant very decorative. It forms clumps of narrow leaves bright green, up to 80 cm high. Between May and June produces an inflorescence spike brown. Requires consistently moist soil or covered with 5 cm of water, to be used in borders of the lakes or along the waterways.
Carex pseudocyperus is a water plant to grow on edge or pond immersed in a few centimeters of water. Form dense clumps of green leaves, between July and August produces a characteristic inflorescence of yellow - green. Also suitable for constructed wetlands plants.