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Old 06-18-2014, 01:31 PM   #1
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Anubias in 30 gallon hex has bloomed


My bigger anubias plant in my 30 gallon hexagonal tank has bloomed. First time happening for me. Didn't even really think this plant was that happy. Low tech tank.

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I have had them bloom when first placed in the tank but after that,,they never bloom anymore ,just sprout new leaves.
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Old 06-18-2014, 01:37 PM   #3
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congratulations. I want my anubias to bloom but I don't think it will any time soon.

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Well I believe your entitled to "you must be doing something right"...LOL...
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Thanks Raymond and horsedude. I sure do hope its still blooming when I get home from work. want to get some pictures when the night mode lights are on.
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Thanks Raymond and horsedude. I sure do hope its still blooming when I get home from work. want to get some pictures when the night mode lights are on.
It should be, mine bloomed about a month ago and still has the flower on it. Doesn't look at nice as it did when it was fresh but it's still there. My 'nana' flowered about two months ago and it still has the flower but it's kinda closed because I treated that plant with h2o2 and excel.
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