3 responses to “Nymphoides peltata”

  1. Denise McLean

    Pretty yes but also invasive. This has been sold in Northern BC as a non-hardy pond plant. Unfortunately it does fine in larger water bodies and has infested Seymour lake near Smithers BC. Treatment is difficult.

    1. Tierney R Rosenstock

      There should be invasive warnings with any botany photo of the day for any species that known to naturalize or especially for those that have already been deemed invasive.

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