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flowering rush

Saltos de línea: flower|ing rush

Definición de flowering rush en inglés:

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A tall rush-like plant with long, narrow leaves and pinkish flowers, living in shallow slow-moving water and native to Eurasia.
  • Butomus umbellatus, the only member of the family Butomaceae
Example sentences
  • Rooted into this the plants, such as reeds, water lilies, flowering rushes, Cyperus longus and yellow flag irises, do their job of taking nitrates out of the water and reducing phosphates.
  • The only plant we have been tempted to add to our pond is Butomus umbellatus, the flowering rush.
  • Marginal plants, such as cannas, flowering rush, Japanese iris, and papyrus, grow in boggy soil at pond's edge or very shallow water (underwater shelves give you a place to set these plants).

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