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Wild carnivorus plants

Posted by joefsolon 5a/4b (meister@southslope.net) on
Sun, Apr 30, 06 at 16:29

Hey, it's Joe,
I read that some sundew plants live in the wild in bogs in iowa. Only one county though. I also read that hops (pitcher plant) live in iowa too. On the water plant thing, has any one found wild mallow?? (hibiscus)


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RE: Wild carnivorus plants

This is fasinating to me. I've searched and searched and can't find anything on this. I was thinking about going to ISU's web, and send them the questions. Have you tried that?
It's the first I've heard of this.


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RE: Wild carnivorus plants

I found a book in our school library on iowa water plants and it had it in there, it was like, clayton county or somthing


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