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Water Buttons Overview
Genus with over 60 perennial, mostly evergreen species grown mainly for their foliage and button-like, often yellow, sometimes white flowers. Some species grow on the edges of water and many in this genus are considered invasive. Species in this genus are similar in morphology, distinguishable only by their flowers, which lack ray florets and grow on solitary stems.
How to propagate Water Buttons
You can propagate by division in the spring.
Other uses of Water Buttons
Grown for their neat foliage and button-like flower heads.