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Salient Facts Every Farmer Should Know About Plants That Grow On Water

There are a wide variety of herbs that easily grow in water such as basil, sage, mint, and lemon verbena. Tropical and sub-tropical houseplants also grow very well when propagated in water, and some of the easiest plants that grow in water are the following:

- Pothos

- Swedish Ivy

- Fiddle Leaf Fig

- Baby's Tears

- Impatiens

- Coleus

- Grape Ivy

- African Violet

- Christmas Cactus

- Polka Dot Plant

- Begonia

- Creeping Fig

- Lucky Bamboo

- Wandering Jew

But of course the number of water grown plants is quite lengthy, but we've shown you the best and easiest to grow in water! Simply submerge the roots of the plant in a jar of water, place it near a warm and sunny spot, and watch it grow.

Most of us are aware of a number of vegetables that grow in water, but what about plants that grow in water? Do they exist, and if so, what are they? There are actually a large number of plants that take root in water, and, therefore don't necessarily need soil to grow.

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