Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Silver Spring, MD
added a little bit of Didiplis diandra which is one of my personal favorites, and some Glossostigma. I sure hope the glosso takes root cause it was a royal pain in the butt separating all of those stems. I also added a little bit of Amazon frogbit (taxonimic name anyone?) and unfortunately some duckweed managed to sneak in.
I could use some help if anyone can give me some hints on getting that glosso to get going. I've planted the stuff before but I've never grown it successfully. Did I thin it out enough? The plant was a little taller than I would have liked, so with each stem I cut it in half and then planted the bottom and top half together. Any tips?