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This is a tall striking ornamental grass with green and white striped leaves that will attract attention in any garden. Ideal in the bog garden. It is half hardy so plant in a sheltered location.

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The barred horsetail is a pretty member of the horsetail family, the fleshy, evergreen stems being barred with black rings accentuating the beauty of the foliage. Plant in clumps for striking effect. Will grow to 80 cm tall. Keep well watered. As it can also be grown in the pond, the Barred horsetail is a striking and unusual subject for shallow water planting. Attractive throughout the year, the evergreen stems are valued for providing winter interest. Plant in a medium or large container using aquatic soil covered with pea gravel. An excellent plant for contrasting with flowering subjects. Equisetum reproduces by spores that are grown on cones at the top of the stems.

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A native British species, just perhaps less well-known than its relative the common cotton grass. This species forms compact clumps and doesn’t run. The dark-green leaves are thin and spiky and the flower heads are neat, round like little white pom-poms, produced in spring and lasting through until midsummer.

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A flowering plant in the evening primrose family known by the common names marsh seedbox, Hampshire-purslane and water purslane. It is also cultivated as an aquarium plant. This is an aquatic or semiaquatic perennial herb which grows in moist to wet to flooded areas.

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Oxalis corymbosa, also known as the pink-sorrel, is a perennial plant native to several parts of South America but has spread to various regions globally, often considered an ornamental or a weed. This species belongs to the Oxalidaceae family, which is characterized by its distinctive clover-like leaves and small, colorful flowers.

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