Creeping marsh plant that forms dense mats very decorative, to grow in the pond edge. He leaves orbicular bright green. Native plant that can stand the frost.
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|Planting depth from the surface of the water:||from 0 to 15 cm|
|Spacing:||5 plants per square meter.|
|Type of soil:||Waterlogged|
|Sun Exposure:||Full sun to partial shade|
|Bloom Time:||May - July|
|Ease of Growth:||Easy|
|Name of breeder:||Autoctona|
Hydrocotyle vulgaris is a creeping water plant, spread throughout Western Europe. It is formed by a rhizomatous central stem that can get to also measure a meter of length; petioles of green color high up to 10 cm. The leaves are orbicular, peltate, with a diameter of 2-4 cm, green. Between May and July produces tiny white flowers greenish. Blooms very rarely.
It is cultivated in shallow areas of the pond, surrounded by up to 15 cm of water at a neutral or slightly acid soil in a sunny position.
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