Water plant that is grown for its distinctive flower wick, also excellent for water ponds and constructed wetlands civil. Maximum depth of 20 cm pond. Hardy plant that can stand the frost
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|Planting depth from the surface of the water:||from 0 to 20 cm|
|Type of soil:||Waterlogged|
|Sun Exposure:||Full sun|
|Bloom Time:||July - September|
|Hardiness:||USDA Zone 4a: to -34.4 °C (-30 °F)|
|Ease of Growth:||Easy|
|Name of breeder:||Autoctona|
Typha Laxmannii is a perennial aquatic herbaceous plant native to Europe and Asia. Has a creeping underground rhizome, elongated and of white color from which depart from the generally more short stems of the leaves. The leaves are green with linear foil section lunate, semi-cylindrical and spongy, broad 2 - 7 cm, which can reach 100 cm in length. The inflorescences are grouped in a typical cob-shaped "bat" (hence the name) and they appear from July to September. It reaches a maximum height of 50-80 cm in nature and lives in marshy areas, lake and river although it is now almost disappeared. It must be seen immersed in water from 0 - 20 cm on neutral soil, gravel and also in a sunny position. Is grown over that for its characteristic inflorescence, even for the phytoremediation of water, this feature is very useful in crowded ponds. Plant suitable for medium to large ponds and wetland plants.
Not sensitive to frost and temperatures up to -30 ° C.
On sale from March to October.