Model # BP - Lizards Tail, Red Stemmed

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null 4 in. Lizards Tail, Red Stemmed Potted Bog/Marginal Pond Plant
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4 in. Lizards Tail, Red Stemmed Potted Bog/Marginal Pond Plant

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Red Stemmed Lizards Tail, Saururus cernuus ruminoides, is a unique and colorful addition to any pond. The red stem is distinctive and adds to the texture of your pond. The long spike of unusual white flowers in summer makes this plant quite an attraction. A fast grower that can be divided often.

  • A very hardy perennial in zones 4 - 10, this easy to grow plant will be a reliable bloomer for years
  • Lizard’s tail can take a variety of light conditions from shade to full sun, more sun is needed for maximum blooms
  • Plant is typically 18 in. - 24 in. tall, but may grow taller in shadier locations
  • Adding this plant that is already potted in aquatic soil with established root structure is a huge advantage to its rapid growth and transition into your pond

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is this plant fragrant

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The flower of this plant is not fragrant.
If the plant is handled and the leaves crushed, there is a pungent fragrance.
This Red Stemmed version of Lizard's Tail is grown more for its vibrant red stem and unusual long white flowers than it is for its fragrance.
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do i just put it in the bottom of the pond?

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June 15, 2016
just wanted to know do I put it "IN" the pond or just like at the rim of the pot. I got this for my dad's new pond and not sure if the location is right, the whole pond is in full shade and I don't want to drown it.
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Danny, the Lizards Tail you got your dad is a very versatile and hardy bog plant. It will do fine in the shade and in varying depths of water.
I would start it out along the edge of the pond with the top of the pot at the pond's surface. After a few weeks you can lower it to a depth of 2 - 4 inches below the surface.
This plant will spread easily and has an attractive white spike-like Read More
Danny, the Lizards Tail you got your dad is a very versatile and hardy bog plant. It will do fine in the shade and in varying depths of water.
I would start it out along the edge of the pond with the top of the pot at the pond's surface. After a few weeks you can lower it to a depth of 2 - 4 inches below the surface.
This plant will spread easily and has an attractive white spike-like flower.
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what happens when plant does not grow?

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January 7, 2015
I have bought many pond plants and seem they don't grow some do start with leaves but then nothing.
says guaranteed to grow but no one takes responsibility to honor .
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There is usually a reason why pond plants do not grow., sometimes several reasons.
It is difficult to answer this question without more information.
Some reasons are: chemical warfare-using algecides to eliminate algae can harm other plants; too much moving water-some plants don't like a lot; lack of sunlight-too much shade and more...
One of my guidelines is: if my fish are healthy, my water Read More
There is usually a reason why pond plants do not grow., sometimes several reasons.
It is difficult to answer this question without more information.
Some reasons are: chemical warfare-using algecides to eliminate algae can harm other plants; too much moving water-some plants don't like a lot; lack of sunlight-too much shade and more...
One of my guidelines is: if my fish are healthy, my water clarity is good and my plants are living, just enjoy!
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