About 8" came off the bottom of the Atlantis.
Now it's a bunch of 4" tall plants in a plug.
It does look a bit different than the broadleaf, more time needed.
I could write a novel about many of these plant species.
What grows them the best, what may possibly stunt them etc..
Just don't have the time required to journal all of the info.
Plus it is only 1 perspective of the growth habit of any species.
I'm having fun and enjoy the growing part of the hobby!
Ah the fruit stand part!
I've watched lots of plants grow.
Used to always think that L.cardinalis would be the "street" for me.
This stuff still grows a foot tall in my tanks, or I don't prune it enough!
After seeing the mini aromatica without soil I've changed my mind.
The mini came from you quite some time ago.
I have discovered over time that the single most advantage is changing the water parameters.
Place a plant in a different tank and the top stunts(sometimes not) and creates many new branches.
This works for many species!