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Re: [APD] Plant ID
wow really? So its going to start looking like this?
Cause I've been actually thinking about getting some wysteria I guess I
don't need to now... So this plant was problably grown above water then? I
had no idea there could be such a dramatice difference in leaf shape... cool
this is exciting, thanks guys.
On 2/27/06, Glen Skinner <glenkskinner at hotmail_com> wrote:
> I am pretty sure this plant is Hygrophila difformis. This is a true
> aquatic, and one of my favorites. This very adaptable plant has the
> to grow emergent in moist soil, at which time it produces growth as seen
> your picture. Over time, it will return to the finely divided growth
> as long as you keep it submerged. Also, I have grown the plant in a cool
> tank (65 degrees F), and the plant produced submerged growth similar to
> in your picture.
> >Message: 2
> >Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2006 17:18:53 -0800
> >From: "Joel Fizette" <sentientpuppet at gmail_com>
> >Subject: [APD] Plant ID
> >To: "aquatic plants digest" <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
> >I bought some plants at petco a couple a weeks ago and they didn't have
> >identification cards of any sort which was kind of anonying. While I've
> >no problem identifying most of them, I can't seem to find this one in any
> >books or sites online. Can anyone tell me what this is?
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