How to Control Water Hyacinths?

Answer Water hyacinth is an attractive aquatic flowering plant that grows and spreads quickly. The plant is considered invasive in wild waterways and can clog ponds and deplete oxygen content, providing g... Read More »

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How to Use Water Hyacinths?

Water hyacinth, known botanically as Eichhoria crassipes, is a free-floating, partially submerged, flowering aquatic plant. It is prized for its foliage and bloom spikes that rise above the surface... Read More »

How do I grow water hyacinths?

Plant Selection and PreparationSelect healthy looking plants with waxy, green, firm leaves and an established root system. Look for long, black roots for more established plants, as well as shorter... Read More »

Why Are My Water Hyacinths Turning Yellow?

A tropical floating aquatic plant native to northern South America, the water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) was introduced into the United States in the 1880s as an exotic garden plant oddity. In... Read More »

Do water hyacinths have seeds?

Water hyacinths have seeds. One plant has as many as 5,000 of them. This type of hyacinth has large shiny leaves and lilac or purple-blue flowers. The leaves and stalk of the plant help it float.So... Read More »