Pond Plants - Japanese sweet flag
- AMAZING VARIETY - is a botanical species belonging to the genus Acorus, native to Japan, Korea, and eastern Asia. The plant usually grows in wetlands and shallow water. Grows perfectly in the UK.
- POND PLANTS - Marginal pond plant grow in rivers, streams and ponds in the wild. They are very versatile growing in damp soil to shallow water. They are usually planted on the shelves of ornamental ponds and offer height, colour and structure to the pond.
- CAN GROW WILD - Acorus Gramineus Variegatus pond plant loves to have its feet wet, and in the wild can be found along riverbanks and ponds. With a combination of tubers and rhizomatous roots, Uk water plantain is excellent at filtering water and has been utilized throughout the UK to help clean up and restore wetlands and water retention ponds.
- WHAT YOU GET - This listing is for 1 Plant in 9 cm pots ready to plant.
Can grow up to 50 cm in the right conditions.
Season of Interest
Frequent watering / Pond plant
Best Growing Conditions
This plant is frost hardy (down to -20C). It thrives in moist soil which does not dry out but is happier with its roots in water. To propagate, divide the rhizome towards the beginning of the growing season, and only plant out when fully established.