Skip to main content


Title: Low water plants : suggestions put forward for possible insertion to national water resources PR strategy in terms of low water use, aesthetics and availability
Author: Environment Agency Anglian Region
Document Type: Monograph
This Environment Agency booklet aims to provide information about low water plants, giving suggestions for possible insertion to National Water Resources PR Strategy, in terms of low water use, aesthetics and availability. This document made a division of the plants in annual/perennials, groundcover, shrubs, climbers and ornamental grass. Every plant description provides brief information about genus or group they belong, ecology, physiognomy, varieties, site and soil they required and propagation techniques. The plants described in this document are: Alpine Primula, Bergenias, Bleading Heart ( Dicentra Spectabilis), Californian Poppies, Geranium, Hollyhocks, Iris, Lavertera, Marigold, Nasturtiums, Petunias, Red Hot Poker, Alyssum, Aubreta, Cat Mint (Nepta), Ice Plant (Sedum) 'Spectabile/Rub, Lambs Ears (Stachys Byzantina), Straw Flower (Helichrysum), Periwinkle (Vinca Minor), Pinks (Dianthus), Broom (Cytisus), Forsythia, Hebe, Lavender, Periwinkle (Vinca Major), Rock Rose, Sage, Snowberry, Thyme, Viburnum ’Davidii’, Yucca, Clematis 'Montana', Honeysuckle, Ivy, Jasmin, Vine 'Purpura', Virginia Creaper, Wisteria, Blue Fescue, Maiden Grass, Pampas Grass and Sedge (Carex) - Frosted Curls.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: [after 1996]
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: Aquatic plantsBotanyCultivationPlant ecology
Geographic Keywords: United Kingdom
Extent: n.p.[25]
Total file downloads: 0

Download PDF    Display PDF in separate tab