Stem plants for ripariums submersed to emersed
I was wondering if anyone knew how to get submersed stem plants ready for a riparium? I had some P. kawageoanum in my tank and threw some stems into my emersed tub which has a glass lid and is misted once a day. They've been growing there for a while now and took over. Today I took some stems and put them into a riparium planter I made on a 7.5 gal tank I have. They dried out in a matter of hours. I cut them down to the part that is immediately above the water (I stuck the cut ends into the water) and I'll hope that they will come back, but in the meantime I was wondering: How do you condition submersed stems to riparium low humidity conditions? I know this will only work with some plants in the first place and I read hygrophila, bacopa, hydrocotyle, ludwigia all will work. I know persicaria isn't one of those, but I'll hope the stems make it.