The title pretty much sums it up. I bought a Lilly bulb about a week ago and dropped it in my tank. It was doing great until a few days ago. The plant is on it's "bottom", but the roots have come from underneath it and are growing up towards the top of the tank. I assumed they would push there way into the gravel like other plants do, but no, it has a mind of it's own. Is it ok if I push the roots down myself or will I hurt the plant? Will it figure it out on its own and the roots will go the correct way?
I'm not very familiar with aquarium plants, but I have had regular bulb plants and they've never done this before.