Nymphea nouchali (caerulea), 'Water Lily'. Perhaps the most famous and striking of the African wetland flowers. This is a species with many forms around the world. It is also now widely cultivated. Unfortunately, it is also associated with the snail that is the main host for (human) schistosomiasis.
Maybe Eulophia calanthe, 'Swamp Orchid'.
Cyperus papyrus, 'Papyrus'. This famous plant provided the first paper in the world in ancient Egypt.
Persicaria limbata, 'Knotweed'. Grows with long bamboo like stems. Small pink-red flowers grown from heads at end of twin stems.
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