I have been told that certain plants, if kept properly, can thrive in the fish tank. I have read that "Cat Tails" can do well, we happen to have some growing in one of our 6 ponds. I know that "Lucky Bamboo" will thrive, having sucessfuly kept it in my tank for some time now. I'm also told that "Bermuda Grass" can grow partially submerged like the"Lucky Bamboo". Meaning that the leaves have to be above water but the roots can grow in the water. I was also told that "Clovers" can do this too but I do not believe that seeing how the normal fish tank variaty and this kind are unrelated. Do you know of any plants that are not normally considered for the tanks enviroment but can thrive in it? And if any of the above is wrong, minus the "Lucky Bamboo", please tell me... I am making an indoor water garden with partially submerged and fully submerged plants. There will be Neon tetras and Guppies and Swordtails in there with the "Lucky Bamboo", "Anarchis" (mispelled?), and "Hornwort". But I want more plants for the whole "garden" look.