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Hello everyone! A post on a new ground-cover plant is up on my blog AquaBiota! Here is an excerpt of what you’ll find there, for the rest click on the link below! Thank you for taking the time to check out this post ☺ Enjoy!
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The most defining characteristics of this plant is that the leaves (almost 1/2 inch max in diameter) are perfectly round circles that come out in pairs at each node along the stem. The lack of any petiole connecting the main stem to the leaf, makes for a very compact-look. When this plant is grown to its fullest it looks like a tight mat of circular leaves. At this time there really isn't any other ground-cover plant like it in the hobby.




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I thought this has been around for a long time but with several variations, is it Hemianthus glomeratus which I have listed as Pearl Weed?
I can almost positively guarantee you it is not Hemianthus glomeratus. Currently in the flowering process to provide identification. They are currently growing side by side with other Hemianthus species and they do not look nor grow the same. Stay tuned!
 
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