Originally Posted by Drewsplantednutz
Ide like to see some rotala and more rare stem plants, Rotala macrandra is a pretty good bright plant that needs only a little exp to grow. And some fissidens. Rich, you have some good potential for those 4 open plant tanks you got now. You should do each with a different difficulty level, label them as low light, low-med, med-high, high light plants, so theres not so much confusion on what they are buying and can keep. And its a good way to upsell and school lights. Try to get some above water growing plants too, the aquaponics scene is picking up around here. And Aluka that's Rich from Unique Aquaria in Woburn.
If anybody wants to trade in some fissidens - please let me know, I'd love to get some in stock (that's another one where the wholesalers send us a cup of brown goo and call it a plant)
Thanks Drewsplantednutz, I agree completely - that was my plan with the 4 tanks -
One High light, two med, and one lower light, with mostly potted anubias in the bare bottom low light tank.
The 400w of T5 VHO on the show tank helps too
We lucked into some riparian plant cupsthat suction cup to the side of the tank, which I've been trying different plants in (some do well, some don't). They're a great way for us to merchandise our terrarium plants where people can see them