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propagating perennials: Saururus cernuus-Lizard’s Tail
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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Saururus cernuus-Lizard’s Tail

Propagating Lizard’s Tail and be accomplished in the spring by dividing the root clump, however be aware it can be an aggressive grower in the right setting so planting in a container can stem the spread if necessary. It is a bog/pond perennial and is sometimes used in aquariums but does not flower in tanks, and it is native to North America and hardy in Zones 5-11. Its flower is white and blooms from mid summer to mid fall and attains a height on 18-36". Birds love the nectar and it is deer resistant and will do well in either shade or full sun.

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