This unusual looking plant has blue-green leaves, some stick up other float on the water. The flowers are bright yellow on the end of white stalks appear April-June. This deep water plant does well in sun to part shade in 15-45cms water over the crown. This is an ideal plant for providing cover for small fish and wildlife.
This attractive structural plant has narrow glossy green leaves and produces spikes of soft blue flowers June-October. It is well suited to the shallow edges of ponds or streams, and can be grown in water 25-40cm in sun to part shade.
This striking plant has black banding horizontally on stems resembling porcupine quills. It is an excellent structural plant providing interest and contrast in the pond margins. It will thrive in boggy ground or pond edges with up to 15cms over the crown. This plant does well in sun to part shade. It is advisable to plant in a container to control the spread.