Originally Posted by Alex09
Dont know of an exact list but Peace lily, Pothos, spider plant, arrowhead plant, and diffenbachia (sp?) are a few that come to mind. Actually, if you go to petco/ petsmart, many of the plants that they sell as aquatic but are actually terrestrial would do fine in these conditions.
Thankyou! I actually have some spider plants around here somewhere...
Right now I just have a few clippings hanging out from my 10 gallon. some of my plants in my tank to root...variegated wandering jew, mexican petunias,and some acorus I bought at petco and found out later it would probably die fully submerged..I am actually using the acorus rubber banded by the root base in front of my filter outtake...made a nice "green" filter baffle.
Not sure how long the variegated wandering jew and mexican petunias will work out..An experiment of sorts I guess..
I am thinking I may use my 29 gallon to do something similar. I haven't used it yet because I bought it used and I was unable to tell if it was reptile or fish tank and couldn't get ahold of the people I bought it from to ask...hm.....I believe it may work if I fill it only 1/3-2/3 though! This whole thread gave me tons of ideas!
And here I was just going to use that big tank as a mini green house for my garden! No way! I am building a riparium!