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Plant ID needed, small stem plant, northeastern PA collected from lake

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by Green Thumb Aquatics, Oct 29, 2011.

  1. Green Thumb Aquatics

    Green Thumb Aquatics Lifetime Charter Member
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    so I pulled one stem of this from a lake a couple months ago and since have been growing and loving it, I live in northeast PA, it was pulled for a small lake near Jim Thorpe, the town...



    does well with triming and likes to stay on the small side, will even do a little horizontal growth and pop out extras at each node once it gets 3" tall...



    here are pics, best quality I could get..



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  2. Tom Barr

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    Could be pearl weed. Hemianthus etc........
     
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    Could it be Elatine triandra?
     
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    Hedyotis salzmannii?
     
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