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Emergent plant measuring 50 cm.
Plant in 1 to 15 cm of water or in saturated soil.
Plant in clumps of at least three in order to have a good effect the first season.
Acorus has been used as a medicinal plant for thousands of years.
Its leaves and roots, when crushed, have a strong and pleasant scent that is prized by makers of perfumes and essential oils.
In water gardens it is grown for its foliage, which resembles that of iris.
It does not have an appreciable flower.
Iris Pseudacorus, which literally means "pseudo or fake acorus", derives its name from this plant.
|Plant Height||50 cm|
|Plantation Depth||5-15 cm|
|Racines nues||Racines nues|