Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Water hyacinth

Water hyacinth

Water hyacinth is a plant that floats on the surface of the water, have thick leaves and "bubbles" that make it float. Water hyacinth grows in shallow ponds, wet lands and swamps, slow streams, lakes, water reservoirs and river. Water hyacinth including monocotyl class, order Eichhornia crassipes, is a very rapid plant breeding. For many people the water hyacinth plant is known as a kind of water plant which on the face just looks dirty pool or lake. But the truth of these plants can be produced in various forms of handicraft goods unsightly and useful like a table, chairs,bag and rose vase up. Making handicrafts is preceded by drying the stems - stems removed water hyacinth leaves under the hot sun. After the dried water hyacinth threaded rods one by one and then braided to reach two meters in length. From these braids dry stems with a variety of handicraft products made of different shapes


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