Photo of Mexican Sword Plant (Echinodorus palifolius 'Tropica Marble Queen'): Lil description about Mexican Sword Plant

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Name: Hendrik Gode
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Feb 20, 2014 2:21 AM CST
Mexican sword plant is a very tall, delicate, aquatic plant with very long thin leaf-stalks and spear shaped leaf blades. It flowers if left to grow through the surface and plantlets are formed on the flower stalks like the other species of Echinodorus. Flowers are white, 3-petalled, and grow in distant whorls on a rigid long stem. Mexican Sword-Plant is native to Brazil and Mexico.
Lotus grows from sticky n murky mud
But its leaves n flowers still unstained
Symbol of Purity

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