Golden Club (Orontium Aquaticum)
Golden Club (Orontium Aquaticum) An interesting and unusual pond plant! Golden Club is a beautiful specimen with thick, green leaves and golden-yellow, club shaped blooms (spadix) which rise 1 - 2 feet above the water. Golden Club grows best in shallow water from 1 - 36 inches deep. Golden Club prefers full sun but will tolerate some shade. This is a cold-hardy plant and once established, blooms from April until June. Plant Golden Club in a one gallon container with rich, loam soil and place in your pond.
Height Grows 7 - 14 inches tall
Width Grows 8 - 14 inches wide
Sunlight Requirements Prefers full sun but will tolerate part shade
Moisture Requirements Wet, with 1 - 36 inches of water above the roots
Zone Hardy in zones 5 - 12
Plant your Golden Club in a one gallon container using loam soil and place 1 - 36 inches beneath the surface of the water in full sun to part shade.
*Fabric Planting Containers are an excellent choice for marginal plants, like Golden Club, in your pond!