Spartina pectinata

Spartina pectinata

Marsh gramineae to be grown on the pond. It reaches large dimensions. Excellent phytodepuration plant and to consolidate the soil. It does not fear frost.

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The Spartina pectinata is a very adaptable grass graminacea. It lives in the freshwater marshes of Europe and Africa in America and in the islands of the South Atlantic. It has erect stems and narrow green leaves with golden yellow margins. In autumn it produces thin plumes that tend to yellow gold which make it a nice addition to the fresh and dry accords typical of this season. It reaches a height of 1.5 meters and loves a deep, fertile and moist soil both in full sun and in light shade. Once established, they need little care, but pruning is necessary to control the size.

It should be grown on board the pond in moist soil or just immersed in water; it does not fear frost, it bears harsh winters with temperatures up to -30 ° C.

On sale from March to October.

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Data sheet

140 cm
Sun Exposure:
Full sun to partial shade
Planting depth from the surface of the water:
0 cm, on the water surface
Type of soil:
3 plants per square meter..
Leaf color:
Green variegated yellow
Ease of Growth:

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