15 x Horsetail Reed Bamboo Looking Zen Garden & Pond Plants 15 inches tall

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Here is a great plant I wanted this plant for a while and finally found some and brought it home. We have hard rocky clay which is hard for anything to grow in but this took off We are in Zone 6 and the winter does not hurt it. It is easy to grow. It will tolerate everything from near drought to being under water. And grow as tall as 3 or 4 feet. It works well when mixed in with other plants along a pond edge. Full sun or part sun is fine. Here is what you get 15 plants cut about 15 inches from top of reed to bottom of roots and we send an extra plants. There can be some yellowing at the bottom of the plants nothing is wrong with them it is where they grow in the shade and in clusters and it is hard for sunlight to get to them, the op are good and green We always include extra plants free!! It will tolerate everything from near drought to being under water. And grow as tall as 3 or 4 feet. It works well when mixed in with other plants along a pond edge. Full sun or part sun is fine. Horsetails are among the oldest of all plants; they once grew to tree heights in prehistoric days. It has unusual reed-like hollow jointed stems with a very high silica content, making it useful as an abrasive similar to that of a fine emery cloth. Collect the leafless stems, dry briefly in the sun and tie them in bundles. Used to shine metal pans or give wood a final sanding. Also used as excellent fungicide for both plants and people suffering from athletics' foot and jock itch. Dried plants can be used in flower arrangements. Overview The horsetail plant, also called scouring rush, is a plant that is found growing in all countries of the world except Australia. Horsetail grows naturally in wet places such as swamps and ditches or planted along ponds and water features in home landscapes. Horsetail is harvested in northern Mexico and used for polishing wood and furniture. The plant has creeping rhizomes that grow aggressively but can be controlled. Just pull up any unwanted plant or mow over them Characteristics The horsetail plant is a reed-like perennial that spreads quickly. The plant grows to a height of 3 feet with evergreen stems that are 1/3 inch in diameter. Horsetail stems are cylindrical, hollow and have many joints with no branches. The tips of the stems form strobilus, which are cone-shaped and brown in color and produce microscopic spores. Just plant them a little deeper the what they were, this will help the stand up and will promote new root grow, on some of the taller plants, you might get some tops browning which is common the root will keep growing and will come back when given time. The bottom on the reeds/plants might be a bit yellow where they are growing so close in clumps. Sorry we can't ship to CA & HI unless you have permission from your official and the paperwork, if you do order from us we will assume you do.