Flowers: August-December. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 1mx1m
The slender reedmace is probably the best Typha for medium to large garden ponds. It has a compact, upright habit and produces slim brown pokers late in the season, which can be dried. These pokers rarely exceed 8cm/3″ in length. It is best planted in full sun in an aquatic basket. Reedmace will also grow in boggy conditions, but again we recommend you containerise the plant as it spreads.
Care & Maintenance.
Remove old foliage in spring and split plants every three or four years to maintain vigour. May be divided after flowering or collect and sow seed. If planting in water plant up to 25cm/10” deep.SKU: TYPLAX
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