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This kind of water plant?
i was buy a cheap water plant or not a water plant...
if this right a water plant, what the name of it?
Second one is definitely not a water plant. The first one looks like a bog plant. Neither can be totally immersed in water, but prefer moist soils.
First one looks like it is possibly a Bacopa species. IF it is it will grow.
The second one is definately not aquatic.
why the seller says that was a water plant
first one looks like a Bacopa rotundifolia...that's a waterplant.
second looks like a yukka...i'd put that one on the floor next to ure aquarium
I would have put my money on the first being a bacopa caroliniana whilst the seond appears to be a poorly draceanea.
Second is a drac. First is a bacopa, but I'm not sure that it is a fully aquatic plant. Some Bacopas like marshy, moist soil, bog-like.
i buy them only for 0.2 USD :P
anyway, what kind of this one?
hello, good day!
first pic, im sure its a bacopa specie, not sure if it is caroliniana or australis. I think its a submerged form.
second pic, definitely not an aquatic plant, i dont know the name but i have one on my moms garden that looks like it. a terrestrial plant indeed.
the third pic, i think its Lilaeopsis brasiliensis.
hope that helps.. :) happy planting!
thewhityfang, where in "world" did you dfind it? :D
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