Glyceria maxima var. variegataCommon Name: 'Variegated reed sweet-grass'
A robust, vigorous, pondside marginal. The broad leaves are heavily striped cream and are flushed pink when young. It has purplish-green flowering panicles in late summer. H60cm S indefinite.
Easily grown in any reliably moist, fertile soil or in water up to 15cm deep, in full sun. Divide every few years to prevent congestion. Can be invasive so grow in a basket if you want to limit the spread.