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Invasive Plants: Is this Pond Lily Cactus?

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Irvine, CA

November 23, 2006
11:05 PM

Post #2939516

I got this plant two years ago,it grows very slowly, one pink flower show up this April,since then two stems come out form the soil.If anyone know if this plant belong to Pond Lily Cactus ?Any comment>

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Irvine, CA

November 23, 2006
11:22 PM

Post #2939534

Oops,I think I went to the wrong topic area,lol,I am new here!
Southern, NJ
(Zone 6b)

November 24, 2006
2:34 AM

Post #2939837

Welcome, latsyrc18940. Yep, you'll probably get more replies if your post under "Identification" or "Water Gardens" (if that's where Pond Lilies live - or is it a cactus?)

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