Isolepis cernua

fiber optic plant (syn Scirpus cernuus )

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1 litre aquatic pot £9.99
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Buy Isolepis cernua fiber optic plant (syn Scirpus cernuus ): A great evergreen marginal for the pond

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Depth of water: 0-8cm (0-3in)
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to August
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This wonderful foliage plant creates a fibre-optic effect, particularly when its slender tips are topped with small silvery white flower heads. A great architectural specimen for a bog garden or the margins of a pond, it can also be grown in a pot if you make sure it is kept really well watered.

  • Garden care: From mid-spring to early summer lift and divide congested colonies.

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Eventual height & spread

Good all rounder

5

Great to fill out borders.

Collette

Northamptonshire

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Isolepis Cernua.

5

This plant looks amazing when planted in the floating planter I also bought from Crocus.

Grug

Mid Wales

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I would buy again

5

Have used in pond and large decorative bird bath

Jan

West sussex

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I would recommend this product

5

I have this planted in the bog area next to my pond and it looks lovely.

Peewee

Inverness

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