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Old 22-02-2004, 08:03 PM
Phyllis and Jim Hurley
 
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Default Vanishing water lettuce

Water lettuce just sort of disintegrates to nothing...a bit like lettuce.

Jim

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"stricks760" wrote in message
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Hey, it looks like maybe I DO know how to spell hyacinth! The week wasn't

a
total waste.

And for the record, no, I have not been smoking water lettuce! HOWEVER,
like I said, all my water lettuce mysteriously disappeared this winter.

One
of my neighbors probably has it hanging upside down in their garage to

dry.

"stricks760" wrote in message
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[Okay, I clearly don't know how to spell hyacinth].

Approaching my first spring (pond went 'live' last September) -- I put

in
some water lettuce and hyacinth in September. The water lettuce is all
gone - don't know where it went. The Hyacinth is all shriveled up, but
bobbing around here and there.

Should I throw it out and replace it, or will it come back from the
half-dead looking plants?

In Zone 10b (Coastal Southern CA), when should I expect to see signs of

life
with this, and my water lilly?

Thanks!







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