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Not sure if this plant is as described..

Discussion in 'Plant Help' started by SinkorSwim, 4 Sep 2016.

  1. SinkorSwim

    SinkorSwim Member

    I have been looking for some dry start method carpet plant info and came across this:


    I guarantee you I'm not the seller of this item, more wondering just if anyone has bought this vial of seeds and how it's worked out. I can't imagine it lasting longer than your average pot of watercress but thought I'd post it here to see just how valid the 10 day claim is.
  2. Mick.Dk

    Mick.Dk Member

    Yep, I've seen this, some time ago........
    I'm not impressed, to say the least :facepalm: .
    I did a little digging and from what I could find it is seeds for carpeting in standard gardening. Can't remember the actual plantname - but absolutely defenitely not aquatic..........sorry.
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  3. Tim Harrison

    Tim Harrison Global Moderator Staff Member

    That's so ridiculous it's almost amusing,,,Lolium perenne perhaps?:rolleyes:
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  4. zozo

    zozo Member

    I came across them too lately, i have no idea but had my doubts as well and definitely not what they say it is.. And this already only by size comparison.. I can't believe HC would develop such a size seed in a flower barely noticeable with the nacked eye. I'm growing HC already emersed for over a year and it doesn't seen to grow bigger, it actualy looks like it grows slightly bigger in submersed form. Not yet seen any flowers or i just didn't notice yet, but doubt the seed they show comes from this tiny flower. it just doesn't fit. I rather believe it would be nearly impossible to collect seeds from this plant.. :)

    Same for what they claim is gloso which is slightly bigger then hc but the seed still looks far to big for the gloso flower size i can find references from.
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  5. zozo

    zozo Member

    Here you have a nice one

    They are 400 µm long 200µm wide.. That's less than 0.5mm :rolleyes:
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