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|Vino||Anyone know if I can let my Anubias float instead of attaching it to something?|
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|05-10-2013 06:03 AM|
This is a great thread. The only thing missing is a thumbnail picture to tell what the plant actually looks like.
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|Hvnzfire||I have a Q here. Ok so these work in low light but can ne one tell me which work without CO2 added?|
|01-26-2013 03:12 PM|
|hisxlency||Thanks for the list, as a newbie many of the names are lost on me. Which one thats low or standard light friendly considered a 'carpet" type?|
|01-25-2013 05:32 AM|
|Smitty06||The blyxa I had was already acclimated to low light so that definitely makes a difference. Blyxa doesn't have the prettiest acclimation period so don't be discouraged if it falls apart a little bit.|
|01-25-2013 05:13 AM|
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|01-13-2013 07:00 PM|
Yeah .. it's hard to know which plants are truly low light because it's hard to know how much light someone might actually have over their tank. They might think they have low light but could be medium.
Some plants might be listed as medium light but can be grown in lower light. It may not grow as fast or not color up the way it might if given higher light.
I can't really say for sure about the Blyxa japonica since I've never grown it.
I think it depends on how much daylight and for how long a tank gets that daylight through a window as to whether it's' even low light. I think of a standard aquarium hood as being low, low light .. barely able to sustain plants. But I'm new to planted tanks and could be wrong.
|01-13-2013 03:11 PM|
Lowest light needed plants are?
I have in plan riparium with low light plants.
In nature we have a lots of plats who growe in places and condition we can not imagine.
We have wetlands, there are realy terible conditions.
Let say that for me low light plant are these which need light little more than day light is focused on aquarium.
Someone sad bluxa japanica, on this forum i saw thet she need medium light, so we can not say low light plant? Am i wrong ?
Sorry because my English, i try my best
|11-30-2012 06:45 AM|
|sowNreap||Yeah .. you're probably right about that. I needed some of those "weeds" when I first started my planted tank. LOL It's doing pretty good now.|
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