Typha minima


Dwarf Japanese bull rush

Very delicate miniature with pretty little bull heads. A real stunner for any pond or water feature.

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Japanese miniature bull rush, very cute and easy to grow.  A much better plant for garden ponds than typha latifolia.

Top tip: Will grow quite rapidly to fill the container and is quite a hungry plant, so re-pot every 3-4 years.

Flowers: May-June followed by tiny little bullheads

Height: 30-70cm

Propagation: By root division in Spring.

Depth of water over the soil: permanently wet soil to 05-15cm water over the soil.

Planting: Plant into 5lt or 10lt planting crate using heavy garden loam or Westland Aquatic Soil