Aquatic plant that lives in fresh or brackish water. It has thin green leaves in summer and produces very decorative brown ears. It is also used as fitodepurante in artificial lakes and ponds or constructed wetland systems.
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|Planting depth from the surface of the water:||from 20 to 30 cm|
|Height:||160 - 180 cm|
|Spacing:||4 plants per square meter.|
|Type of soil:||Waterlogged|
|Sun Exposure:||Full sun|
|Bloom Time:||June - August|
|Hardiness:||USDA Zone 3b: to -37.2 °C (-35 °F)|
|Ease of Growth:||Easy|
|Name of breeder:||Autoctona|
Typha angustifolia is an aquatic perennial herbaceous plant native to the swampy type zones of the northern hemisphere, living in fresh or brackish water. It has a long underground rhizome of white color and erect stems and simple that they can reach even 2 m in height. Unlike the Thypha latifolia has to linear leaves narrow foil, thin at the base, a little more than a centimeter wide and much longer than the drums. Flowering takes place between June and July with two mononoiche ears superimposed, the lower part is cylindrical, dark brown while the upper part is narrower, whitish and conical. It is cultivated immersed in water up to 30 cm deep or wet ground, on any terrain, even gravelly or muddy, as exposure likes full sun but tolerates partial shade. This plant is also used as fitodepurante in artificial lakes and ponds, and in the constructed wetlands plants.
Its fruits are appreciated in winter, creating a nice contrast to the frost or the ice water.
The Typha is a very hardy plant and does not fear cold temperatures.
On sale throughout the year.