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English Native Pond and water marginal plants

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Alisima plantago-aquatica

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Found in shallow water. Plantain like leaves from which tall stems emerge holding heads of small white flowers which open in the afternoon throughout the height of summer. In the past the plant has been used to treat rabies

Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga)

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Brooklime is found around shallow water and damp soil. Fleshy mid-green leaves on creeping stems that then turn upwards. Pretty blue flowers in pairs appear between the leaves throughout the summer.

Flowering Rush (Butomis umbellatus)

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A common native of woodland edges and grass verges. Creeping stems and pretty light blue flowers on upright stems.

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The Greater Pond Sedge, a common native of our wet areas, rivers and pondsides

Lesser Spearwort (Ranunculus flammula)

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Lesser Spearwort. Very useful native for damp boggy places with bright buttercup yellow flowers

Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris)

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One of the most beautiful of British wild plants. Gorgeous, large deep yellow, buttercup-like flowers in early spring. Ideal for wet, boggy ground beside water.

Norfolk Reed (Phragmites australis)

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Commonly seen on wet or marshy ground where large stands of reed make for a fabulous East Anglian sight. Tall flowering stems and broad leaves that sway and bend in unison in the slightest breeze. Extensively used as the Norfolk Reed of thatching.

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Tolerant of a wide range of conditions but often found near the waters edge. Can be very invasive.

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