Terminal umbels of long-stalked, rosy-pink flowers with three petals, the sepals smaller than petals. Twisted linear, three-angled leaves growing from base of plant, +/- same length as flower stems. Hairless, erect plant, height to 150cm.
Occasional in still or slow-moving lakes, rivers or canals.
Thank you to Brian White for this addition to the website.
Flowering Rush. August 2010. Photographs ©Brian White