OKay so, I went to Petco. Hush, I know it's bad! But it's the only local fish store within ten miles, so bear with me, please >.<
I got some new tanks to divide my spawn for a gender experiment, and though that hey, since I'm here, might as well pick up some plants for my community tank, right? So I go through the plants, getting three of those little things in a tube, one small, two medium, totaling about $16.50.
After I get home, I do some research on the plants I got so I can make the preps for them-typing into the search engine their Latin names; hygrophila Difformis
(Water wisteria,) selaginella Wildenowii
(Peacock fern,) and Dracaena Variegatus
(Gold Ribbon.) Lo and behold, two of the plants, the Peacock fern and the Gold ribbon, aren't even aquatic plants! No wonder the package says they're fish safe, they don't even live with fish.
So, now I have to go see if they'll take them back and let me exchange them tomorrow or something. Doesn't this come under misleading advertisment or something? Has this ever happened to any of you?
Gosh, I feel so stupid lol