Plants By Type
American Water Willow – Justicia Americana
This perennial prefers to be planted standing water or sandy soil to grow correctly. American Water Willow flowers begin to bloom in the early parts of summer, and are found in pretty violet and purple colors. They are found at the edges of lakes marches swamps and event streams. They prefer standing water or sandy soil to grow correctly, and add a great structure and splash of color to any water garden.
A plant like this is also a great plant to use for preventing soil erosion. They also produce a mild but sweet aroma which can complement the scents offered by other fragrant water flowers.