Typha latifolia Variegata is a marsh plant with rhizomatous roots, it reaches a height of up to 2 meters and is very decorative. It has variegated green leaves of white 1-2 cm wide, long and linear. The ears are cylindrical brown almost deep red. It should be planted in moist soil or muddy or in a body of water to a depth of 30 cm. It can also be used in constructed wetlands systems although it has a less vigorous growth of other typha and he always recommends the inclusion in artificial ponds, not only as an ornamental plant but also for fitodepurare water, especially in lakes with many fish.
This variety should be placed in partial shade on a neutral ground, even very gravelly. It tolerates low temperatures.
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