Amphibious Bistort bareroot (Persicaria amphibia)

Persicaria Amphibia: Previously known as Polygonum amphibium.  Suitable for bogs and margins. An unbranched far-creeping rooting perennial. Broad lanceolate leaves vary widely, flowers small, pink in compact spikes. Bog/marginal. Flowers: July-Sept Zone D


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Can go by Longroot smartweed, water knotweed, water smartweed Knot Grass. Will grow in ponds, streams and Marshes, submerged or floating in water bodies, it may grow in muddy and wet areas which are periodically inundated, and it may grow in moist spots on land, such as in meadows. Flowers July-September.


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