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TexasTanker 07-10-2010 09:07 AM

Peculiar Plant ID
 
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Okay I have had this plant in my yard for several years now. It is VERY hardy when I keep all but downed. When we moved to Texas I dug it up and took it with, and then back to VA again. It has survived in soil, sand, mulch and gravel.

I have take it to a few of the nurseries with no luck ID'ing it. It occurred to me the other day as I was tending my partially submerged swords that perhaps it is something closer to aquatic. The previous owners here had fish for a while and I recall them saying they dumped the tanks ("fish and all") in the yard when they gave it up. I do have to keep it watered constantly, and trim it back at least once a month. There have been no daughter plants and segmenting the root system has been unsuccessful as well.

ANYHOW, I was hoping maybe someone recognizes it. Or maybe it's just a lost lonely plant.

willow 07-16-2010 02:22 AM

looks a bit to waxie if you know what i mean to be aquatic,
have you tried to place perhaps a stem at a joint in a vase to see if it sprouts
liike a weeping willow brach will do ?


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