Common Water Starwort bunches (Callitriche stagnalis)

Callitriche stagnalis. Oxygenator found in still or slow moving water. Sold in bunches – one bunch is suitable for one square metre of surface area. Zone C

UPDATE WEDNESDAY 19TH MAY 2021: Regretfully it has become apparent that this species will not be available this season, and we are unable to supply for all orders that have been placed in 2021. We are in the process of contacting affected customers to offer the choice of the two native oxygenators that we do have available as substitutes; Water Violet (Hottonia palustris) or Water Crowfoot (Ranunculus aquatalis), or to offer a refund. Please feel free to contact us about your order immediately if you are affected by this issue.




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These aquatic plants are sometimes difficult to identify because the leaf shape varies with water depth and flow rate. Seen mostly May-September they occur mainly in shallow (depth to about a metre) static and slow- to moderately-fast-flowing water. Slender stems reach to the surface and form floating mats of leaves, This is a mid-season oxygenator.