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  1. Default Help Identifying plant.


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    I bought some plants at my LFS but no one knew what kind of plant they were.
    I have 12 stems in total
    small roots at the base of each stem
    2-4 thin leaves growing from the top of each stalk

    The LFS (new employee) said it could be some sort of onion plant, however after some google searches I failed to find any that look similar.

    any information on identifying these would be appreciated.
    Thanks


    3 stalks out of water (cell photos)



    Leaf photo of largest plant in water

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    Has a little bamboo like look to it...Idk, maybe? Hard to tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuckoochews
    Has a little bamboo like look to it...Idk, maybe? Hard to tell.
    I second that. Aquatic bamboo is usually in the dracaena family, not technically bamboo.

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    Thats willow leaf hygro. Hygrophila salicifolia

    It is an aquatic plant and will need at least medium lighting to grow well.
    Last edited by Aeonflame; 07-05-2012 at 06:31 AM.
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