Aglaonema & Nephthytis
Attached are pics of a 38 G with Aglaonema and Nephthytis. If you can remove most of the potting mixture from the roots and aerate the roots, you'll get good growth. Growth is better than the same plants kept in pots of potting soil. I get more blooms in the emersed plants than those potted the standard way.
Still need a little standard filtration for the period at night, though. Other than a couple of gallons of tank water removed to service the filters, the tank is self-sustaining.
"Fear not my child, just change the tank water."
Last edited by BBradbury; 11-11-2012 at 06:41 PM.