The particularity of this cultivar is its leaf in spring it assumes a variegated silvery-white. It produces yellow flowers between April and July. Slow growth is also suitable for small ponds.
Water iris, with deep purple flowers with yellow streaks. It should be planted immersed in water up to 30 cm depth or on damp soil. Not sensitive to frost.
Water iris with flowers large purplish red with white stripes, suitable for low-lying areas of the pond, can be placed submerged to a depth of 20 cm. Do not stand the cold.
Water Iris suitable to be planted in the shallow areas of the pond with dark purple flowers. It has green leaves, narrow and sharp as high as 65 cm and blooms in May and June. Not sensitive to frost.
Herbaceous swamp plant, excellent ground cover with lance-shaped leaves and golden yellow flowers. It should be placed in a sunny to a maximum depth of 30 cm, in the shallow areas of the pond. Native plant.
Aquatic plant with leaves shaped a triangular or arrowhead. In summer a long panicle of flowers with three petals, white with golden heart, also suitable for tubs and small ponds.