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  • £7.39

    Our Alisma plantago-aquatica (Water Plantain) comes from the Brock Burn area of Glasgow. The leaves are spear-shaped, and the flower head is airy, with numerous pinkish white blooms. It takes a long time to start growing, generally around the end of April. The price mentioned is for one rhizome.

    Alisma plantago-aquatica

    Alisma plantago-aquatica

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  • £8.98

    Aponogeton distachyos, also known as Water Hawthorn is an aquatic flowering plant native to South Africa’s Western Cape and Mpumalanga provinces, but introduced elsewhere in quiet ponds in warm temperate to subtropical climates in winter rainfall areas. It grows in ponds and vleis which dry up in summer, becoming dormant in the dry summer and growing again when the pools fill with autumn rain. The price mentioned is for one rhizome.

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    Aponogeton distachyos

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    Iris pseudacorus, or Yellow Flag Iris, is a strong water iris that grows around the borders of big, sunny ponds. It has enormous clusters of green foliage that produce exquisite yellow blooms in late April. The images provided here are just for illustrative purposes. The price given is for one rhizome.

    Iris pseudacorus

    Iris pseudacorus

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