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comments (2) December 25th, 2012 in gallery
bahman48 bahman48, member
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Dear friends

As you can see this plant is kept in a vase full of water,it needs too much water,

has many roots and swelled stems.

I appreciate your help to know it's name and any information.



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bahman48 writes: Dear mlpete
You are absolutely right,I just find out my plant's name and its habitats while I was searching a site for pesticide for my Euphorbia,anyway thanks a lot for your time Posted: 5:06 am on January 1st
mlpete writes: It's a water hyacinth. It's a floating pond plant. It multiplies rapidly. In some areas in the South, it is considered an invasive plant. It has a very lovely purple flower. I usually buy 4 plants in May and by the end of the Summer, my pond is completely covered by them. Posted: 6:33 pm on December 25th
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