|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|05-03-2012 05:28 AM|
Grew them and flowered them etc.
More an emergent plant I'd say over the long term.
Pretty plant though.
|05-03-2012 03:35 AM|
Yeah, I gathered that they were not the toughest immersed plants. I was thinking of planting one in a crack between two rocks where only about 1/4-1/2" of the plant was submerged.
Anyone else have any experience with this plant?
|05-03-2012 02:26 AM|
i have never been able to keep C. lingua alive submerged
they do fine emersed though
i kept them in a closed tank outdoor but the tank cover doesn't completely shut so when it rains plants inside are drowned until i remember to drain them. it kinda simulate river banks where water goes up and down like Gordon said
|05-03-2012 12:51 AM|
|Tinanti||Grew one submerged for over a year. Never more than a few leaves at a time and did not propagate.|
|05-03-2012 12:06 AM|
|BIG_Z||Never grown it submerged, out of water it is a nice little plant though.|
|05-02-2012 04:57 PM|
Emerged is the way to go. Never kept mine going past 2 months.
Found its located in swamps. Water goes up, water goes back down.
Not fully submerged,
|05-02-2012 04:22 PM|
Experiences with crypt lingua?
I was considering planning for this plant in a new setup, and it would grow mostly emersed.
I was just curious if anybody had positive/negative encounters with keeping this plant.