Idk about up there. But here in South Florida, you can find Jungle Val, Cabomba, Anacharis, and Rotala Rotundifolia.
I know, I just forgot about those plants. The lakes next to me have bacopa and anacharis, and the lakes where I used to live had "Dwarf" Hairgrass and ludwigia. And there are others I have found.Paolo if you go to the Everglades you can find all kinds of stuff. Hairgrass, ludwigia, rotala indicia, bacopa monneri/carolina, cabomba, anachris, val americana, and I've found other plants that I couldn't identify. Lots of stuff if you just look.
Yeah, I found lots of Parrot feather down here too.yeah I actually found some stuff in wild pond; parrots feather, some kind of ludwigia looking plant, and some guppy grass. i kept some of the ludwigia but I have no idea how it will do lol.
Right off SW Archer, 23rd Dr, there's a small pond, Riccia, Bacopa, Mermaid weed, etc. Most rural roads have road side ditches, filled with mostly Ludwigia and sometimes perhaps Mic umbrosum etc.I keep hearing rumors that you can find plants like ludwigia repens, bacopa, and others others throughout gville and I've done some looking in local lakes but I havent had any success. Does anyone know any good places to look?