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Old 12-01-2012, 06:19 PM   #21 
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The stems that are connected to the leaves, is it okay for those to be in the water or only the main stalk of the bamboo?
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The main stalk can stay in water but the leaves need air access.
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I know, but I'm asking about the stem connected from the stalk to the leaves?
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The part that connects the two if I am understanding your question right will live in water and root.
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Okay.. Thank you. Just making sure that the changes I made were okay for the bamboo.
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If you want Pothos and Peace lilies can be grown from the lids too.
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I'll keep that in mind for when I upgrade him to his 10g sometime next month. I like having the live plants, I just need more info on them before I buy them. (Won't let my BF convince me until I have information)
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Pothos are great Nitrate filters.
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