2016 Online Catalog

Savanna, Wetland & Marsh Plants

 

Iris tridentata

NEW! The savannah iris, Iris tridentata.
As the name implies, this beautiful iris grows in savannahs with pitcher plants in the southeastern United States. The plant blooms in late June, long after other iris species have flowered, and provides a beautiful accompaniment to pitcher plants in a bog garden.

 

Iris tridentata

Iris verna

Iris verna
A delightful light blue flower on short scapes heralds the arrival of spring. Blooms late April-early May.

 

Iris verna

Orontium aquaticum

Orontium aquaticum
Golden club, an emergent aquatic that produces yellow flowers in early spring.

 

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Orontium aquaticum

Iris verna

Typha latifolia (Cattail)
This hardy native is renowned for its many edible parts, for use in floral decorations, and handsome appearance.

 

Typha latifolia (Cattail)

Nymphaea odorata

Nymphaea odorata
Meadowcreek Lily. Our selection of the fragrant water lily. Perennial aquatic with beautiful white flowers which open at midday.

 

Nymphaea odorata

Sparganium americanum - Burr Reed

Sparganium americanum - Burr Reed
This attractive emergent aquatic is an excellent plant for shallow water features as part of your bog garden. The plant grows rapidly in a peaty bottom substrate and provides habitat for invertebrate food sources for Aldrovanda and Utricularia. The mature seed pods look like a Medieval mace.

 

Sparganium americanum - Burr Reed

Iris virginiana (Blue Flag Iris)

Iris virginiana (Blue Flag Iris)
A hardy native perennial to 2.5 feet tall. Blue flowers tinged with white.

 

Iris virginiana (Blue Flag Iris)

 

 






 

 

 

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