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  Plants For Wet Soils
Most plants languish and eventually die when planted in soils that remain wet and soggy for more than a few weeks at a time. Those that can tolerate wet areas for longer periods are identified with this symbol. The descriptions tell which of these can also tolerate normal and dry conditions.

Dragonfly on Gamma Grass

Dragonfly on Fakahatchee grass The native gamma grass (Tripsacum dactyloides) blooms in summer. The tall stalks provide perfect vantage points from which dragonflies survey the surface of the water for food and friends. Click to download a large version (800x600) to display on your desktop.

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