Thrives in cool water. Set plants out in pots or containers at the bottom of the water body or float plant cuttings/fragments in the water. Plant roots may be anchored in the muddy bottoms of small ponds.Common name:
July to SeptemberHeight:
0.25 to 0.25 feetDifficulty level:
easy to growPlanting & Care
They are usually shipped in the spring as bare roots when plants are fully dormant, well before they have leafed out. They’ll look like a bundle of sticks on arrival. Note, they are not dead—simply dormant.If you are buying container-grown plants (vs. bare-root plants), plant them by May or early June for best results.Sunlight:
well-drained soil Water:
20 degrees CFertilizer:
Apply any organic fertilizerCare:
- The deep planting encourages the developing stem to send out roots to help stabilize the plant and perhaps eliminate the need for staking.
- Also, deep planting keeps Bangada bulbs cool when temperatures soar.
- Enrich the soil with leaf mold or well-rotted organic matter to encourage good drainage.
- To help conserve water, reduce stress, and encourage healthy growth, apply a 2- to 4-inch layer of chopped and shredded leaves, grass clippings, or shredded bark around the base of your plants.
- Allow about an inch of space between the mulch and the base stem of the plant.
Water gardens. Not recommended for large ponds where population control can be more difficult. Large aquariums. UseMedicinal use:
- The plants we visualise are usually of Rushes and Water lilies and pond weeds that look attractive under the water.
- These plants not only look attractive and bring the water garden to life but, are also beneficial for the wildlife and for getting a good balance in the pond to maintain healthy water.
for medicinal use
Tuesday, 21 January 2020
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