Eye-catching Egyptian Papyrus that produces a mass of angular stems topped with the iconic firework-like flower spikelets
Likes part to full sun. As a semi-aquatic reed, this papyrus does well on the border of a water feature, though is just as happy in a pot. If planted in a pot or normal garden bed it is best to keep the soil moist, but once established Papyrus has proven to be surprisingly tolerant of dry conditions.
King Tut Reaches 180cm H current height 80-90cm H
Prince Tut Reaches 75cm H current height 30cm H