Plant name: Swamp stone crop
Plant type: sedges / rushes / wetland plants
Origin: NSW, VIC, SA, WA.
Cultural notes: Aquatic or semi aquatic, requires consistant water. Grow in full sun.
Maintenance: Can spread rapidly, should be cut back as neccesary to prevent unwanted spreading.
Tolerates: Innundation, frost, salt.
Flowering season: Spring and Summer.
Flower colour: Small white flowers, sometimes tinged with red, occuring in the upper leaf axils.
Foliage colour: Foliage is made up of narrow succulent light green leaves, sometimes tinged with red.
Height: up to 0.3m
Water depth: wetland margins
Plant spacing: 10cm apart
Recommended uses: Useful for supressing weed at the edge of ponds and dams, frog habitat.
Description: Spreading perennial that inhabits the edges of stationary or slow flowing water. Occasionally found floating in water. Spreads by rooting from the nodes.