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Old 04-20-2013, 10:00 PM   #11 
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For hardy plants, I do NOT suggest what is known as "betta bulbs".
The odd chance that I was able to grow these babies, they seemed to do fine in a lot of light or very little of it. However, these plants are hybrids and you never really know what you are going to get and all too often have my bulbs grown fungus. In fact, the very first time I was experimenting with these plants, the bulb grew fungus which my fish ate and died :/
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o.O I will make sure to avoid betta bulbs! I am so excited though, I think I will be able to pick up my supplies and plant on Monday or Tuesday. By the way, how many plants can you plant at a time? I saw on petsmart.com they said only one?
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