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A native perennial wild flower of damp meadows, the flowers appear around the time that cuckoos return in April - May. The clusters of pink, pale lilac or white flowers attract butterflies and bees. A caterpillar food plant of the orange tip butterfly. An ideal water garden or pond-side plant. The leaves can be eaten as watercress.
Height: Up to 50cm (2ft)
Prefers: Requires a moist site in partial shade or sun
Flowers: April - June