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Re: CULT: I. versicolor

Ellen Wrote:
>        They also like moist areas but they do not grow in ponds in the
>        wild here. They are found mostly in sunny, moist areas near a wood.
>        I have personally never seen them growing in a pond.
I've never seen them growing in a pond either. Streams, swamps, general wetlands, but not ponds. Maybe I just don't know the right ponds. My husband has found them growing IN the woods in very shady, damp locations. 

Kay Cangemi
New York, USDA zone 5

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