Hi all, I have two plants in my 5 gal tank...an onion plant, I think, and some type of lily? Excuse me if I'm wrong, I'm not a plant person. :p
Anyway, my lily has started growing like a weed sine I put it in the tank a week ago, and the size of the leaves are perfect for Copernicus, he LOVES swimming and hanging out on them...he even made started to make me s bubble nest yesterday! My only concern is the plant shot up two stems of floating leaves, and I don't want them to take over the tank. I love the plant, and I don't want to have to take it out, since Copernicus is loving it.
Is there a way I could trim those stems so they don't produce the floating leaves? I realize the plant will keep doing it, but I don't mind trimming them. I just don't want to kill the plant in doing so.
I have uploaded a picture so you can see what I'm dealing with. Thanks all!