Typha latifolia

The Typha latifolia is a marsh plant up to 2 m high. It has green leaves long and linear. The cylindrical brown spikes have a decorative effect for all ponds. It grows in damp and marshy places to a depth of 50 cm. Also suitable for constructed wetlands.

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Size:Big
Planting depth from the surface of the water:from 0 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
Flower Color:Brown
Leaf color:Green
Hardiness:USDA Zone 3b: to -37.2 °C (-35 °F)
Ease of Growth:Easy
Name of breeder:Autoctona
Family:Typhaceae

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Typha latifolia is a marsh plant with underground rhizomatous roots, up to 2 m high and is native to the wetlands of the northern hemisphere. It has broad leaves 1-2 cm long and linear green color. The inflorescence is formed by two overlapping ears that appear in early summer: the female, bottom, cylindrical and consists of small brown flowers, and the upper smaller male, the flowering period is from June to August. It grows in damp and marshy places immersed up to 30 cm from the water. It is also used in constructed wetlands plants and he always recommends the inclusion in artificial ponds, not only as an ornamental plant but also for fitodepurare water.
Prefers sunny positions, invasive plant that is often sparse, unaffected by frost.

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Typha latifolia

Typha latifolia

The Typha latifolia is a marsh plant up to 2 m high. It has green leaves long and linear. The cylindrical brown spikes have a decorative effect for all ponds. It grows in damp and marshy places to a depth of 50 cm. Also suitable for constructed wetlands.