Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’
Japanese Sweet Flag
Ornamental grasses and grasslike plants, Perennials, Aquatic
Found throughout the Northern Hemisphere, these bog or aquatic plants will succeed in water or in rich, well-irrigated soil. They look like clumps or tufts of iris but are related to calla (Zantedeschia). Flowers are inconspicuous. Use in damp borders, at pool edges, or in shallow water.
Fans of 6–12-in., narrow, semievergreen leaves 1 1/2 in. wide rise from the ends of slowly creeping rhizomes that eventually form large clumps.
This popular acorus variety has narrow (1/4 in.), arching, 10-in.-long leaves of golden yellow.
Has 6–12-in.-long leaves striped with white.
Native to Texas, New Mexico, and Mexico. Among the finest textured and most billowy of all ornamental ...
Fans of 6–12-in., narrow, semievergreen leaves 1 1/2 in. wide rise from the ends of slowly creep...