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. . . any of the above terms are correct. This group of plants is basically shallow water plants. Depending on where you live they may or may not be hardy. Most are very easy to grow.

Arrowhead Aztec
Arrowhead Aztec

Arrowhead double flowering blooms all summer long.
Arrowhead Double Flowering
Bacopa grows about 4 inches tall.  Pretty bluish-purple flowers June though September.  Wonderful lemon scent. Dark green leaves
Bacopa - Lemon
Bog Lily
Bog Lily
Calla can be potted, or the rooted ends tucked into the rocks of a streambed or water fall.
Calla Lilly
Chameleon Plant 

 Water Cannas Colors available are yellow, pink, and red. Grows 4 to 5' tall
Canna Assorted Color

  The deep burgundy-black foliage has a satin-like sheen, and the intense color holds superbly during the summer heat. The foliage rises to 4-5'.
Canna Australia
Bengal Tiger has green foliage, with yellow stripes
Canna Bengal Tiger
 Stripped Beauty also has green foliage that is stripped yellow and yellow flowers.
Canna Stripped Beauty
Cardinal Flower
The Variegated Four Leaf Clover and is a lily-like aquatic when placed in deeper water.  What this means is the plant is on the bottom and the leaves float on top of the water, just like a lily.)
Clover - Variegated
Colocasia - Mojito
Creeping Jenny plant can be potted, or the rooted ends tucked into the rocks of a streambed or water fall. Hardy  zone 3 or higher
reeping Jenny
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