Generally, water that is too cold can damage the plant’s roots and slow the metabolic processes of the plant, making it difficult for the plant to get enough nutrients. Obviously many marine plant species grow well in cold ocean water, but aside from those plants (the California kelp forests are a good example), my existing knowledge and recent research doesn’t suggest many plant species that grow well in cold water.
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