Stachys Palustris-1 litre pot
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Stachys Palustris-1 litre pot

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Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 90 cm
Water Depth: 0-20 cm

Marsh woundwort. British wild native marginal plant with pink-purple orchid looking flowers with white markings.

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Stachys Palustris-1 litre pot

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Marsh woundwort. British wild native marginal plant with pink-purple orchid looking flowers with white markings. Suitable for natural clay bottomed ponds, streams, ditches and lakes in full sun and partial shade. Height 90 cm. Flowering time June-July. Water depth 0-20 cm over the soil/crown.

This British native plant is stunning but quite invasive, only suitable for planting into aquatic baskets or solid pots no smaller than 3 litre in size, i recommend re-potting every two years minimum.

Uses & Conditions For Plants

Creeping / Groundcover Plants
Frost Hardy
Full Sun
Invasive
Koi Carp and Duck proof plants
Nitrate Removing Plant
Plants to attract Amphibians
Plants to attract Bees
Plants to attract Birds and Mammals
Plants to attract Butterflies
Suitable for Natural Clay or Silt Planting
Suitable for Streams & Ditches
Suitable for Swimming Ponds

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