Oh and from left to right on the plants. I meant to do this earlier and forgot
3- bacopa carolinia
4- green hygro with a little baby antler fern in the middle
5 - scarlet temple or althernia rennikii? (spelled wrong)
6- baby antler fern with some giant duckweed
Just clip or pull off the bottom leaves and they should all grow in low/med light. When they get tall just clip the tops, pull the bottom leaves off and replant.
The antler fern will grow tall, I have seen it may be broad leaf water sprite but it grows only well at the top of the water so I think it's a fern not a water sprite. It will produce babies when the leaves start to brown and die so don't immediately clip them off, let the sit for a few weeks and you'll have plenty to share or spread around. If the leaves get to big and block to much light from your tank, you can clip the ends off to make it the size you want - or just replace it with a new baby and throw the big one away. I've had to clip all mine and throw a couple away when they got to big and interfered with my lights but the bettas absolutely love the roots and the way the middle of the leaves hang down into the water. I'll see all my girls in the middle of it together.
I always try to do the "Pay it forward" clippings when I have enough extras to share as so many people have sent me extras with orders and just plants for shipping price. Everyone should love plants as much as I do... I'll force you to if i can :P I don't always have them to send but this is maybe my 8th pay it forward package, if I can't do everyone in an order day, I give them numbers and them random pull a number to see who gets it. :)
Here is Lucy peaking out from her Antler fern in Stone's tank. Don't mind the floating plants - the cories and lace catfish in there like to troll me everyday.
Last edited by peachii; 09-05-2013 at 09:22 PM.