Hottonia palustris is a submerged aquatic perennial with whorled, feathery leaves. It in native to Britain, and is adaptable to shallow or deep water. In spring it bears pale purple flowers which emerge above the water.
Caring and Maintenance:
This is a very low maintenance aquatic plant. Hottonia Palustris can be propagated by division in spring or grown from seeds. Cut out stems are easy to establish and can root floating in water or when planted in mud. All wandering stems may be cut to control plant growth.
"Also badly damaged although these may survive!"
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