Giant Papyrus Pond Plants, Cyperus papyrus paper– Pond Megastore

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Giant Dwarf Papyrus ❤️Customer Favorite!❤️

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Giant Dwarf Papyrus is an EXCELLENT pond plant that brings an exotic feel to your pond or patio! This SHOWY pond plant has unusual, mop-like seed heads on top of strong, thick, triangular stems. Fantastic in your pond as a focal point or at the edge of your pond to soften the rockery. Giant Dwarf Papyrus is great in containers on your deck, terrace or flower bed as well! Keep soil evenly moist when planting in terrestrial gardens. Grows well in full sun to part sun, grows 14 - 20 inches tall with a 2 foot spread. ALWAYS A CUSTOMER FAVORITE! Giant Dwarf Papyrus is considered an annual in the north--Grows beautifully throughout the summer months! 

Height  Grows 14 - 20 inches tall

Width  24 inch spread

Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade

Moisture Requirements Moist soil or up to 4 inches of water above the soil in the pond

Fertilize  Once a month with Fertilizer Tabs for pond plants (June through August)

Zone Hardy in zones 8 - 12


Plant this CUSTOMER FAVORITE in moist soil in full sun to part shade, or place in your pond using     10 - 16 containers or extra-large fabric planters, using heavy loam soil and place with up to 4 of inches of water over top of pot. Considered an annual in the north, this beautiful pond plant is hardy in zones      8 - 12

Fertilize once a month with Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs + Humates to keep plants green and thriving!

Pondmegastore Tip Cyperus Papyrus is a member of the sedge family.  Egyptian Papyrus once grew wild along the banks of the Nile River in Egypt. Egyptians used Papyrus as the first form of paper in early Egypt, as early as 3000 B.C. Using Papyrus for writing material was eventually adopted by the Greeks and Romans. Papyrus was also used to make mats, rope, baskets, sandals as well as many other items.


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