When we see a papyrus, we spontaneously think of the Nile River and Egyptian papyri, the first form of paper in the world. This historical reminder, however, also takes us back to the warm climate of its place of origin. We are lucky, even if it is not hardy in Quebec, papyrus behaves very well in the summer climate of more northern regions.

Long confined to water gardens, DECO-Style has proven that the terrestrial use of this elegant and graceful plant can give a lot of character to container arrangements and flower beds while imbuing it with a harmonious and balanced exotic note.

The Papyrus genus offers us gargantuan specimens that can serve as a backdrop to a body of water or a flower bed, but also small plants, which while keeping the same character as their gigantic cousins, are capable of giving delicacy and finesse in a corner of the garden