Introduced to the Great Lakes Region from Europe before 1900, invasive Flowering Rush (Butomus
umbellatus, FR) forms monotypic stands that crowd native species and cover open water systems.
FLOAT YOUR BOAT Clockwise from above, Iris, water lilies and Butomus
Unbellatus all thrive around water
The effects of Citrus-nAg on four native wetland plants, Typha latifolia, Butomus
umbellatus, Lemna minor, and Polygonum hydropiper (Figure 8), were studied.
Seberg, "The complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of Butomus
umbellatus--a member of an early branching lineage of monocotyledons," PLoS One, vol.
Thus, clusters 2 and 5 shared Alisma gramineum; clusters 1, 2, and 5 Butomus
umbellatus; clusters 1, 2, 4, and 5 Agrostis stolonifera, Eleocharis uniglumis, Rumex maritimus, and Juncus spp.
Bat_spec Batrachium trichophyllum (Chaix) Bosch Bat_tric Berula erecta (Huds.) Coville Ber_erec Butomus
Fernando DD, Cass DD (1997) Developmental assessment of sexual reproduction in Butomus
umbelatus (Butomaceae): male reproductive component.
triqueter), flowering rush (Butomus
umbellatus), bur-reed (Sparganium erectum), sweet-grass (Glyceria spp.), sedges (Carex spp.), nut-sedge (Cyperus spp.), and cut-grass (Cladium spp.).
Start with the vertical lines of miniature cattail (Typha minima) and flowering rush (Butomus
umbellatus), which will produce umbels of pink flowers to complement the cattail foliage.
Try kingcups (Caltha palustris), the flowering rush (Butomus
umbellatus), with its lovely pink flowers, and Japanese iris.
Carol says analysing the |conditions in your garden can pay dividends when it comes to planning planting schemes PICTURE JONATHAN BUCKLEY Damp Butomus
|flourishes in our pond area Shady Ideal conditions |for primroses ask Carol QCOULD you please identify this flower that I have growing in the middle of my crocus?
flourishes in our pond area Shady Ideal conditions for primroses