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Taro - 2" Potted Tropical Marginal Plant

Taro - 2" Potted Tropical Marginal Plant

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Enhance the natural beauty of your pond with the exotic charm of Taro. This tropical marginal plant, also known as Elephant Ear, boasts large, heart-shaped leaves that can grow up to 3 feet long, adding a dramatic flair to any water garden.

Taro is well-suited for planting along the edges of ponds or in shallow water, where its impressive foliage can create a stunning backdrop or focal point. This plant thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers consistently moist soil or shallow water. Hardy in USDA zones 8-11, Taro can also be grown in containers placed in ponds or as a striking indoor plant with bright, indirect sunlight and regular watering.

Known for its ornamental value as well as its edible roots, Taro adds both visual appeal and culinary potential to your pond garden. Its lush, tropical appearance makes it a popular choice for creating a lush, jungle-like ambiance in water features.

Bring a touch of the tropics to your pond with Taro and enjoy its beauty and versatility in your aquatic oasis.

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