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Curiousity strikes

Posted by Leekle2ManE Lady Lake, FL 9a (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 16, 12 at 17:12

Okay, first, I don't have a pond. And I probably won't for at least a couple years. However, what I do have is a 30" fountain basin that is 4" deep. I keep playground sand mounded in this basin to provide water in my butterfly garden. The basin is kept full during the summer by using the condensate from my A/C unit. I am wondering if there are any small aquatic or bog plants that might do well in only 3-4" of water and under the hot Florida summer sun?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions or rejections!


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RE: Curiousity strikes

Hi
Actually there are quite a few if it's kept constantly wet. Some of the smaller alocasias/colocasia. corkscrew rush, dwarf papyrus I suspect parrot feather, crypts amazon sword plants once adapted to being emerged . gary


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RE: Curiousity strikes

And Gary the Great strikes again! At least this time he didn't come armed with envy-inspiring pictures. Thank you for the info. I will look at those and see if anything strikes me.


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