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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lobelia_dortmanna

Lobelia dortmanna is an aquatic stoloniferous herbaceous perennial aquatic plant with basal rosettes, and flower stalks growing to 70–200 cm tall ... waters with vegetation of the Littorelletea uniflorae and/or of the Isoëto-Nanojuncetea".

www.gardenguides.com/112575-propagate-lobelia-vegetatively.html

How to Propagate Lobelia Vegetatively. By Bridget Kelly; Updated September 21, 2017. Lobelia attracts butterflies into the garden. Lobelia is a genus of ...

www.gpnmag.com/article/lobelia-blue-and-beyond

Vegetative lobelia, however, has proven itself superior in many ways to its seeded ... At Pacific Plug & Liner we treat lobelia in propagation with a low-rate ...

www.gpnmag.com/article/propagating-and-finishing-seven-common-vegetative-annuals

While a whole article could be written just on propagating vegetative annuals, I'll list a .... Lobelia can be one of the most eye-catching crops in the greenhouse ...

www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/howtogrow/3300004/Back-to-basals-its-easier-than-you-think.html

May 4, 2002 ... TAKING basal cuttings is the only effective way to increase some ... to seed production, vegetative methods of propagation must be used.

www.hunker.com/13426848/how-to-propagate-lobelia-from-cuttings

Nov 2, 2009 ... Lobelia is a dependable perennial that is a favorite of gardeners due to its showy flowers and its ability to attract butterflies and hummingbirds.

www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/3349546/Gardening-Its-time-to-take-cuttings.html

Aug 15, 2008 ... Take cuttings from plants that you want to increase, from those that are old ... Lobelia cardinalis; Osteospermum; Penstemon; Rosemary; Salvia ...

pza.sanbi.org/lobelia-aquaemontis

noted the following plants growing with Lobelia aquaemontis, Aeollanthus parviflorus, Agapanthus coddii, Aloe arborescens, Bulbine natalensis, Crassula ...

www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/plants/plantid2/descriptions/lobdor.html

Submersed Plants. Species: Lobelia dortmanna L., water lobelia ... Root: Fibrous, whitish. Propagation: Seed; vegetative buds at the base of old flower stems.