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Fast growing plants

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by elemkar, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. elemkar

    elemkar Junior Poster

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    I have been a Barr Report subscriber for a bit of time now but still consider myself a newbie at heart. Could someone suggest some fast growing plants or weeds that I could purchase? Please include common name as well; I have trouble with the scientific nomenclature (yea, the hard stuff to pronounce and spell).
    Thanks
    Elwin
     
  2. IndianaSam

    IndianaSam Junior Poster

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  3. Simpte

    Simpte Prolific Poster

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    Re: Fast growing plants

    Wisteria, Watersprite, just about any type of hygrophilia, anacharis.
     
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    riverrat Prolific Poster

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  5. fosteder

    fosteder Guru Class Expert

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    Re: Fast growing plants

    Rotala and Dwarf Saggitaria are pretty fast growers as well.
     
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