This pretty umbrella headed flower has dainty pink flowers Jun-July. It plant grows well in a sunny position but make sure it has plenty of room to grow if in a basket as it doesn’t like being constricted. A valuable native plant providing egg laying sites for adult dragonfly as well as perching and roosting sites. The larvae use the stems to climb out of the water
Butomus sharp edged leaves to prevent it being used for fodder; umbellatus with flowers in umbels (parasol shaped clusters)
Planting position: Pond marginal shelf in full sun up to 25cm deep or very wet soil
Form: 9cm and 1 litre both in an aquatic basket -please select size from “Choose size” box.