This variety is known for its profusion of blooms and the height to which they rise above the water.
Finely divided tricolored leaves of pink, cream, and green very similar in appearance to celery. Tiny, white flowers in umbels. Can be invasive."
Interesting aquatic plant for its long flowering period.
Lanceolated foliage in the shape of an arrow. Uses: along water gardens, ponds or in pots.
Small floating fern with many folds. Spreads rapidly, creating a nice reddish carpet in fall.
Creeping foliage with generous flowering; blooms look like lizard tails. Uses: marshes or edges of water gardens.