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Early-Flowering ‘Water Hawthorn’

This aquatic flower will be one of the first to bloom in the cool spring. In the summer’s warm, water the plant will show signs of dormancy. In fall, a wonderful amount of aromatic blooms will appear into the winter months as ice begins to form on the pond.

This plant will give off a strong fragrance resembling a wild hawthorn, hence the name. If you want an aquatic with fragrant flowers water hawthorn is a must!

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Description

The ‘Water Hawthorn’ is an admirable plant that is known for its long blooming characteristics. In warmer locations, it may bloom at Christmas.

The foot-long dark green strap-like leaves are often mottled with brown or purple blotches and white contrasting coal black stamens.

The 1897 book The Water Garden, by William Tricker, has a photograph of this plant. His selections of aquatic plants has adorned water gardens for decades to come!

Botanical Name:
Aponogeton distachyos

This table shows the estimated shipping weeks for destinations to USA states. These dates can change depending on weather and how strong the plants are at that time. For example, a wet spring will have many clouds leading to less sunshine. Thus, the plants may need a bit longer to grow strong enough for transplanting and transit. With the planet heating up, a warm spring may help the plants grow strong enough to ship before the dates in this table. This applies to pick-ups a well as shipping.

WeekStates
End of April: AL, FL, LA, TX
First Week of May: AL, AZ, GA, MS, NM, OK
Second Week of May: AR, CA, NV, NC, SC, TN
Third Week of May: CO, KS, KY, MO, UT, VA, WV
Fourth Week of May: CT, DE, DC, ID, IL, IN, IA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MT, NE, NH, NJ, NY, ND, OH, OR, PA, RI, SD, VT, WA, WI, WY

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