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Old 11-29-2013, 06:51 PM
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Very cool! The blooms are really neat too! I might have to try growing some of these like this!
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Here area couple of other photos.
Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia

Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia-13 by tindomul1of9, on Flickr

Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia-08 by tindomul1of9, on Flickr


Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia-07 by tindomul1of9, on Flickr

Cryptocoryne cordata

Cryptocoryne cordata var. blassii-40gT-04 by tindomul1of9, on Flickr


Cryptocoryne cordata var. blassii-Lab-02 by tindomul1of9, on Flickr


Cryptocoryne cordata var. blassii-Lab-01 by tindomul1of9, on Flickr

Lagenandra thwaitesii-- Related to Cryptocoynes

Lagenandra thwaitesii-06 by tindomul1of9, on Flickr
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Oh wow! That is just stunning! I definitely want to try it! I think I see some duckweed in there too? Just on the surface? How do you keep that from taking over?
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You can't keep duckweed from taking over. What I did was eradicate. Just kept taking out every day.
THe ones in the picture are actually floating ferns called Salvinia. Since its so big, its easier to control.
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You can't keep duckweed from taking over. What I did was eradicate. Just kept taking out every day.
THe ones in the picture are actually floating ferns called Salvinia. Since its so big, its easier to control.
Wow! I thought it looked larger than duckweed, but I'm not good at judging the size of things by photos. It's very cute!
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The Duckweed is the smaller stuff stuck to the rocks. The big floating ones are the Salvinia.
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