Sv: NANFA-- Amazon sword question

Martin Ravn Tversted (
Mon, 5 Mar 2001 08:28:54 +0100

> --
> Jay DeLong
> Olympia, WA:

> I have an Amazon sword which must be happy because it has thrown up a stalk
> well above the leaves to just below the surface. What can I expect to
> happen next? Is this a flowering stalk? I might be able to look this up
> but maybe someone can help. I don't know the species.

Martin - DK:
This is a flowering stalk. It will give you flowers, also under water. If the stalks stays below water,
you may get new plants; depending on the species. These can be cut of the stalk and planted
when they have good roots and 4-5 leafs.

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