5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Dwarf Bullrush Overview
Typha minima is a dwarf version of the familiar bulrush we see around the edges of lakes and pond. This is an aquatic perennial is ideal for smaller garden ponds producing the characteristic brown seed heads that make stylish additions to dried flower arrangements.
Common problems with Dwarf Bullrush
Generally pest and disease-free.
How to harvest Dwarf Bullrush
Cut flower stems and hang them upside down for a few weeks to dry.
How to propagate Dwarf Bullrush
Propagate from seeds.
Division in spring.
Special features of Dwarf Bullrush
Attracts useful insects
Boggy Damp Conditions, Moisture-retentive, Pond
This plants rhizomes will spread and can puncture pond liners, confine to a basket.
Other uses of Dwarf Bullrush
This low maintenance wildflower suits waterside locations where it can spread a little.