Thalia dealbata is native to southeastern North America. This water plant with a tropical look has large, oval to lanceolate, gray-green leaves with a fine red leaf margin and a powdery, white underside. The plant blooms from July to September with violet-colored, waxy flowers. These are grouped in long spikes on tall stems. Thalia dealbata prefers a warm, sunny position and a water depth of 30 to 60 cm, preferably in loamy soil. The plant is hardy if it is overwintered sufficiently deep in the winter months and thus frost-free, a depth of 60 cm is recommended during these months. The plant is sea wind and salt tolerant, tolerates air pollution, attracts bees and butterflies and does not suffer from diseases.
P11 are sold per 4.
Price is for 4 pieces.