Perennial marsh grass that forms dense clumps of bright light green leaves. It should be planted in moist soil or covered with a few inches of water.
Likes moist soil and slightly acidic. It has aromatic leaves conspicuously variegated green, yellow and pink-red. Be cultivated in all wetlands especially at the edge of the pond, possibly even slightly dipped.
The first hybrid between iris pseudacorus iris ensata. He has pale yellow flowers with large, soft petals and pale green leaves. Suitable to be cultivated immersed in water up to 20 cm depth. Sterile plant, not sensitive to frost
Hardy Water Lily with large flowers pure white star-shaped. To be planted in ponds medium and large size, needs a planting depth ranging from 90 to 120 cm. One of the variety that produces flowers larger, occupies a space of 150 cm diameter. Marliac 1910.
Hardy Waterlily very flourishing with cream-colored flowers, emerging and slightly fragrant. To be cultivated to a depth of 30 - 80 cm, occupies an area of a diameter of 120-150 cm. For use on Natural Swimming Pools, of medium size. Stawn 1997.
Marsh plant originally from North America, summer flowering with countless flowers deep pink, bright green leaves. Maximum depth 10 cm. Not sensitive to frost.