A striking looking plant with ovate leaves that produces unusual white flowers July-August, the leaves take on a pink tinge in autumn. It is best planted in water 15-25cm over the crown in full sun.
Height 30 – 40cm
This marginal produces a mass of pink flowers in May-June. It has a spreading habit and will grow in boggy ground, pond and stream edges in water of 5-8cms.
Height 25 – 35cm
Bright yellow flowers can have red spots on the petals. This plant grows well in boggy ground and stream or pond edges with 3-6cms of water over the crown in full sun to part shade.
Height 20 – 30cm
This plant has heart shaped leaves and produces waxy buttercup like flowers in March-May. The plants will grow in the boggy edges of ponds and streams it will do well in shallow water 8-10cms over the crown. It will thrive in sun to part shade.
An attractive plant produces masses of single pink flowers from May – June. Suitable for bog gardens, and miost borders in full sun/ part shade.
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