Long, long ago, we planted papyrus. It’s a pretty, tropical plant for warm regions (zones 8-10). It likes to be wet, so it’s often planted near ponds or in water gardens. It seems to multiply in time. We don’t do anything to ours and it does wonderful. It’s planted in an area that can be very wet when it rains, and it works perfectly, because that’s exactly what papyrus likes. They are also protected from wind where they are planted. Ours look like this year round, I believe there may be other varieties that don’t make it through a winter, but the palmy part is thinner, more delicate.
Papyrus is pretty and tropical, and we must have lucked out because 🤞we haven’t had to do anything special to them yet!
Catch you back here tomorrow!
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