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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-21-2014, 01:47 AM
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Water lettuce is the one that gets really big, it's he one that goes in ponds. Dwarf water lettuce stays, well, dwarf- it's one of my favorite floaters, and stays relatively small and flat.
Oh, thanks for the correction and information!! :)

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Thanks Betta Nut! Agree Banana Plant is soooo cool, well all the plants are! Thanks Blue Fish, doing my best to give him a good happy home. Thanks MattsBettas and Dragon41214.

You all rock and I bow in your general direction. Thanks!
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