Plants By Type
Cattail Plants - Typha Latifolia
Withstanding an assortment of soil conditions, the Cattail is a simple to develop, low support plant. Ordinarily found along boggy ranges and waterways, this plant has been found to lessen the level of poisons for encompassing widely varied vegetation. Cattail leaves take after substantial, strong, thick pieces of sod. These tough plants have a fast development rate and can achieve statures of up to eight feet. Their blooming period originates from May to July and takes the type of limited spikes at the top of their vertical stem. These blossoms sprout in right on time fall; uncovering cushioned white seeds which fowl regularly use to make their homes. These wildflower plants look amazing as they grow and begin to produce their unique blooms. The blooms are long and slender and normally are a rich brown in color. They provide lots of food for water fowl and also great hiding places for the fish and other aquatic wildlife to seek protection when they grow to become very thick and dense. These plants grow wonderful around all bodies of water and create a very natural look as they mature. They can also grow well when flooding occurs, or they are surrounded by water. They have long slender green leaves that appear on their long stems. They can grow wild in some areas around lakes, ponds and also rivers. These are very easy plants to grow and can also help with soil erosion problems around water areas. They are called or referred to as great plants because they come back each year.