I'm asking for a home experiment, in which I need a slow-growing(so I don't have to trim it) water plant with leaves above water.

  • Do you need an indoor water plant or outdoor? If outdoors how much light, how much water depth, how cold does it get? – kevinsky Mar 17 '18 at 17:26

Water lilies are aquatic plants that have leaves that float on the water surface so you wouldn't need to trim any leaves that grow out of the water.

hardy lily

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