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- Mr Wheatley

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- Mr Gooch

Ornamental pond and water marginal plants

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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.

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This boldly foliaged plant is commonly known as ‘Bogbean’ due to its bean plant-like leaves.

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.

Reed Sweet Grass (Glyceria maxima)

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An attractive and impressive grass for shallow water or boggy ground. Bright green leaves form thick clumps tall stems carry flowerheads June to August

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A curious plant spending most of the year submerged the floats to the surface for its three petalled white flowers which appear June to August

Winter Heliotrope - Petasites fragrans

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An introduced native now common in damp areas, Attractive plum pink flowers appear from large heart-shaped green leaves early in the new year.

   
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