Mine attatched itself to my pebbles in the bottom of the tank, but it took a lot of work to do that. More than if I'd just put it on a rock or piece of driftwood to begin with. I had to watch it carefully as in an effort to not bury the rhizome, it was shallow enough to get dislodged by just about anything. Once the roots took hold, it's still mostly easy to move but at least it's only when I'm cleaning the tank or something I do that has moved it. It also ended up breaking in half by the rhizome before the roots were as established as I'd like. Lost half the plant due to that. Only have three leaves left, and two were touch and go before they suddenly decided they were going to live and thrive.
That's what I get just for getting a list of plants "for beginners" that will "be good with a betta" without looking up any more information on each plant. :/
Loki, a lovely EE plakat in a five gallon tank with some shrimp and a snail.
Beo, a beautifully ugly little guy (or gal), who's fins are still too ripped and his age too young for me to tell anything beyond "small and brown" in a temporary 3 gallon.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, two ADFs rooming temporarily homing with Beo.
Will eventually add a matching five for the frogs or Beo, depending on so many factors.
Hope to someday own a pea puffer with possibly some otos.