Produces heavily scented flowers, often in two flushes. Of interest between March and November. Should be planted in a location of full sun or part shade.
Hydrocharis Morsus Ranae
Similar to a small water lily with kidney shaped green leaves which have a shiny appearance. Native to the British Isles.
Best in deep and slow-moving water with leathery floating leaves and bowl-shaped flowers. Native to the British Isles.
A rapidly spreading plant which has small yellow flowers and heart-shaped leaved. An interesting plant between June and September.
Pistia Stratiotes (Water Lettuce)
Plant has rosettes of hairy pale green foliage which float on the surface of the pond. Site in sun or part shade.
Featuring small pea-green hairy leaves which float on the water, this plant is ideal for shallow water features.
Native species which produces small white flowers. The majority of the plant remains under the water and appear pineapple-like with spiny foliage.
Trapa Natans (Water Chestnut)
Plant produces small, pure white flowers and large rosettes of olive green foliage. Site in sun or part shade.