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Plant Identification
October 24, 2012
5:02 am
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lanturn
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Hello everyone

I really want to know the following plants I have. I tried websites but just can't seem to find them :(

 

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October 24, 2012
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I'll have a go ... number one looks very similar to the rather unhealthy Echinodorus ocelot I had at one point.  It shouldn't really have looked like that, but I didn't have it in the right conditions.  I could very well be wrong on that one though.  The next one is Bacopa of some sort, and the last one is Cabomba Caroliniana.  HTH :)

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October 24, 2012
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Bacopa monnieri. Sometimes referred to 'baby tears'. It's an easy to keep, hardy plant.

October 25, 2012
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Kajsa12
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I think the third one could be Limnophila sessiliflora.

I'm quite sure the fourth one is a Myriophyllum sp. (I'm not sure about the species)

 

Ps. The second one (third pic) looks like Bacopa caroliniana to me.

October 27, 2012
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Good day,
eventhough it is difficult to say anything for sure from the pictures, I'd take, for the first plant (first two pictures), a rather suffering specimen of Samolus valerandi into consideration. I do not know the english common name for that plant though. For the others I'd have to agree with Kajsa12.
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October 29, 2012
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Kajsa12 said
I think the third one could be Limnophila sessiliflora.

 

I'll go with that.

November 10, 2012
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The first one looks like Echinodorus parviflorus, possibly the Tropica variant.

January 27, 2013
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thanks for your help everyone..

February 17, 2013
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the 4th one is limnophila sessiliflora

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