Flowering rush

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a European rushlike plant (Butomus umbellatus), with an umbel of rosy blossoms.
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See also: Flowering, Rush

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FLOAT YOUR BOAT Clockwise from above, Iris, water lilies and Butomus Unbellatus all thrive around water
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Fernando DD, Cass DD (1997) Developmental assessment of sexual reproduction in Butomus umbelatus (Butomaceae): male reproductive component.
Carol says analysing the |conditions in your garden can pay dividends when it comes to planning planting schemes PICTURE JONATHAN BUCKLEY Damp Butomus |flourishes in our pond area Shady Ideal conditions |for primroses ask Carol QCOULD you please identify this flower that I have growing in the middle of my crocus?