My tank has a Marimo Ball, 2 Apedigon (sp?), and an Anubias. I got the wrong bulbs, so my tank is running off the bulbs that came with the kit since like October. They get some indirect sunlight from my windows and my substrate is PFS. No ferts or anything. And my Apendegon is to the top of my tank! Others are growing well too. I will be getting the proper lights in a couple weeks when I feel better, They only cost about $7 for 3 and it says on the package that they last for years & cut down on energy costs.
They also multiply and grow, so a small investment can later give you enough plants that you have to take some out! Not to mention their ability to remove amonia. Some can even become a nice little snack for your fish and inverts!
Given my experence, testimonials of other members, cost vs benifit argument, and ease of use, I believe that plants are a great adition to any aquarium
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