Lemnoideae is a subfamily of flowering aquatic plants, known as duckweeds, water lentils, or water lenses. They float on or just beneath the surface of still or slow-moving bodies of fresh water and wetlands. Also known as "bayroot", they arose from within the arum or aroid family (Araceae), so often are classified as the subfamily Lemnoideae within the family Araceae. Other classifications, parti
Wolffia globosa is a species of flowering plant known by the common names Asian watermeal and duckweed. It is native to Asia and is found in parts of the Americas.
Wolffia columbiana. the Columbian watermeal. is a perennial aquatic plant in the subfamily Lemnoideae. This plant is distributed widely throughout North.
Wolffia brasiliensis is a species of flowering plant known by the common name Brazilian watermeal. It is native to North and South America.
Wolffia borealis is a species of flowering plant known by the common name northern watermeal. It is native to North America including sections of Canada and the United States. It grows in mats on the surface of calm water bodies.
Wolffia arrhiza is a species of flowering plant known by the common names spotless watermeal and rootless duckweed.
Spirodela punctata is a species of duckweed (Lemnoideae). The species is morphologically intermediate between Lemna and other species of Spirodela. In 1999 D.H. Les and D.J. Crawford proposed segregating the species to a new genus Landoltia containing just the species L. punctata.
Spirodela polyrhiza is a species of duckweed known by the common names common duckmeat.
Lemna valdiviana is a species of duckweed known by the common name Valdivia duckweed. It is native to much of the Americas. It is a minute flowering plant which grows in mats on the surface of calm bodies of freshwater. The individual plant is a flat.
Lemna minuta is a species of duckweed known by the common name least duckweed. It is the smallest Lemna species. It is native to parts of the Americas.
Lemna turionifera is a species of flowering plant belonging to the family Araceae..
Lemna trisulca L. is a species of aquatic plants in the arum family Araceae. It has a subcosmopolitan distribution. Unlike other duckweeds.
Keep them out of harsh direct sunlight, as too much of it can scorch their leaves!
Let your plant dry out between waterings. Water thoroughly when topsoil is dry, usually once a week.
Your plant will do well in average household humidity