WANTED: Water hyacinth

aeiger(Z7bNC)September 29, 2005

I bought one lone little plant this summer to put in my teeny pond. I now have several! What do I do with them in the winter? Can I bring some in and put them in a goldfish bowl on the sun porch? My pond is only 3inches deep and 16" x 20" so I will be overwinting it in the garage. /Abi

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aeiger(Z7bNC)

I meant to say I have wh and I would be happy to bring some to the plant swap on Sunday. /Abi

    Bookmark   September 29, 2005 at 10:57AM
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cloud_9(z5 CT)

Abi - I will take some. I have had luck overwintering them in the past. I will tell you about it on Sunday.
Deb

    Bookmark   September 30, 2005 at 11:23PM
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