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What type of Marginal is this?

Posted by MrBlubs none (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 25, 13 at 11:44

Last year I bought parrots feather at my local petstpre and in my pond and a whole.differnt plant emerged up along side the parrots feather. It was a pretty good looking plant so I left it in there a it grew a ton. The first frost hit pretty early and I was away at that time so it killed (or so I thought) there plant and the tips of the parots feather. So I put the plantsh in the garge for the winter. The plant came up again bit I forgot about it so it grew all leggly and pale and has leaf. So I decide to dig it out and put it in a vase with pond gravel. So iI did that and accidently cut off some of its bulb. Is that okay? I planted it to any way here is the plant. Any Idea what it is?

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RE: What type of Marginal is this?

Heres a pic of the leaf

RE: What type of Marginal is this?

  • Posted by kalevi 4 Ottawa, ON (My Page) on
    Tue, Mar 26, 13 at 7:42

It may be pickerel rush.

RE: What type of Marginal is this?

My guess was pickerel rush too.

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