It’s not too common to see Prince Tut papyrus growing in the landscape, but that makes it all the more fun to encounter on a stroll through the garden. Its airy texture contrasts beautifully with plants that have broad, flat leaves or a low, mounded habit. Prince Tut’s huge umbrella-shaped tassels dance to the slightest breeze, imbuing vitality into your garden design.
This plant could be used as a focal point underplanted with shorter plants like Infinity® New Guinea impatiens in part shade or could be planted en masse under the tall canopy of Heart of the Jungle® Colocasia in full sun. Prince Tut’s mid-sized 18 to 30” height makes it easy to pair with both short and tall plants in the landscape.