Do you have photos of these plants? Experiences/Opinions please.
I have a 10 gallon im going to be planting for a single betta. I have 2 6500k flourecant plant bulbs, dose with flourish excel, flourish root tabs and I will have eco plant substrate mixed with black sand and black gravel. Ph 8.0
Im looking to plant these plants in my tank...
Thoughts? Experiences? Photos would be a great help.
Last edited by Friendlyfishies; 03-06-2013 at 09:42 AM.
Had to google the common name, sice it's so uncommon, lol
(cardamine lyrata) small pennywort like plant, I keep mine tied around a piece of wood as it can get messy when allowed to grow free form.
(Bacopa Carolina) easy for some, not so easy for others... never had this plants
(M brownei, I think) smells nice? gave mine away, it grew nicely when I had it :) pretty in its own way
(Hydrocotyle... something)I prefer this one floating :P
(" ") lovely plant, small leaves... if you have highlight the stems form a nice gradient, pink up to to green at the bottom...
I have rotala indica and bocopa monnieri. The rotala I was pretty dubious about since it requires high light, but it seems to be growing really well in my 5g with 2x 13 watts 6400k & diy co2. It grows HUGE roots and grows in length pretty quickly until it kind of droops and you need to trim it. However its very delicate and the petals always look kind of bruised with brown spots. I don't have the bacopa you described, but the monnieri is incredibly easy to grow and looks great, they are very cute. I use carib flora max and my ph is around 6.