Siergrassen-ornamental grasses: Typha angustifoli

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Typha angustifolia has a finer leaf than the Typha latifolia.
This cod is 160 cm high.
The expansionary dilemma of the Typha angustifolia is less strong than that of the Typha latifolia.

Typha angustifolia is seen a lot along the banks of lakes. This water plant is also a great replacement for a conventional pond filter.
By pumping the water through a bed of lint cod, these plants filter huge amounts of nitrates from the water.
Typha can be planted in a wet place or in the water with a depth of 5 to maximum 30 cm.
But also in the ground and not too dry, the Typha also grows, the better the place the better.

Also solitary in a big tub is a beautiful face as in May the first bloom insists.
The flowering of the lamb corps looks a lot like dark brown cigars that grow vertically upwards from the podium. These are approximately 25 cm tall and have a diameter up to 3 cm.
These are very good to process in dry bouquets.

In late autumn / early winter, the old stems can be cut off as low as possible.
You can also choose to do this immediately after winter, so you can still enjoy the frozen and ripe plants in winter.
Winter hardness zone 5a (-28ºC).


  • Minimum temperature:-28ºC
  • Location:Sunny, half shade
  • Soil type:No special requirements
  • Water requirement:Normal, wet
  • Full ground:Yes
  • Tub plant:Yes
  • Flowering period:7-8
  • Origin / habitat:Europe, North America
  • Growth rate:Normal
  • Maximum plant height:160 cm



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