Appartement duplex Suresnes

Stefan Meyer

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champers_52champers_52 wrote:23 April 2017
  • whippet girl
    5 years ago
    Equisetum hyemale, I have grown it successfully in clay soil, it doesn't need pruning and it seems quite hardy.
    This information is from BBC website:
    Dutch or scouring rush
    Equisetum hyemale Common Name: Dutch or scouring rush
    Genus: Equisetum
    Species: hyemale
    Skill Level: Beginner
    Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Soil type: Boggy
    Height: 120cm
    Spread: 20cm
    A fast-growing horsetail that has unbranched stems with rough black ribs which slightly constrict the stem. As a marginal plant in a garden setting needs confining to prevent unwanted spreading. Plant in an aquatic basket lined with Hessian to restrict growth. As the stems remain green throughout the winter provides useful winter interest, and its slightly pre-historic look makes it a curiosity for the pond.

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