Reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea)27th July 2018
Primula beesiana (Bee’s Primula)27th July 2018
£5.98 – £19.80 inc. VAT
Blue pickerel (Pontederia cordata) flowers in late summer and early autumn forming clumps of striking arrow shaped leaves with dense blue flower spikes and is larger than the White pickerel. A valuable plant providing egg laying sites for adult dragonfly and also perching and roosting sites. The dragonfly larvae (nymphs) use the stems to climb out of the water to dry off before emerging as adult dragonflies. It has an RHS AGM.
Pontederia after G. Ponedera a professor of Botany at Padua; Cordata as in heart shaped leaves
Planting position: Marginal plant up to 30cm full sun.
Form: 9cm (0.5 litre) in a solid pot and 1, 2 and 3 litre in an aquatic basket -please select size below
Recommended basket size min./ideal: 3.5 litre round/5 litre square
(Recommended basket sizes are for potting up 9cm (0.5 litre) plants only as these are supplied in solid pots. Larger sized plants are already in aquatic baskets so can go straight in the pond, however they may need potting up or splitting at some point)