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Here are pics of my weedy Hygrophila polysperma sunset on the right in just two week post pruning...
...and thus the reason it's on the federal noxious weed list.


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post #47 of 48 (permalink) Old 02-11-2020, 04:03 PM
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stem plants

Hygrophila polysperma
Ludwigia repens arcuata
Brazilian pennywort
Bacopa caroliniana
Lysimachia Nummularia Aurea - gold moneywort from my flower garden
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My pennywort is taking over, it was slow growing when in a low tech, now itís in high tech wildfire mode. Spreads like a jumanji vine.
My pearl weed came to me in the disguise of Monte Carlo, and detests the idea of being a carpet plant. I could trim it three times a week, but Iíve decided I prefer dwarf hair grass for my carpet.
My rotala grows well.


For non-stem plants, my Nymphaea grows big leaves faster then my stem plants up. I cut half the leaves off last week and I expect to do the same this week. For cover the water surface, my Nymphaea outpaces the Giant Duckweed I have!


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