I just received my plants today, here's my initial impressions before replanting them into my finalized nc6 coming next Wednesday.
: I've had this for a long time. I have two of them and they've grown well - although some of the leaves have been eaten a little. It has grown and is still growing with little baby ferns coming out of the mature leaves. One set of baby fern has fallen off and wrapped its roots around a clump of gravel. It grew well in an eclipse 5g hex with 3wpg and 1ml flourish / month. One problem I had was that it would grow beard/bush aglae (it was pretty annoying). I picked that junk off by hand. I like Java fern a lot, and recently ordered narrow leaf Java fern online (which came recently).
: I just got it recently - I like how the leaves are nice and hard. I don't expect anything to go wrong with it - I've heard stories of how hardy anubias nana is. I'm really looking forward to it. It's arrived larger than I expected.
Anubias Nana Petite
: Got it recently - it'll work wonders on my 2.5g. This thing is small, very very very very small! I had no idea how tiny it is. The entire plant would fit on a USD nickel.
: another good plant with very strong leaves. I prefer the look of nana though. The variety will be good though.
: got it recently - came in a nice thick bunch. I'm looking forward to this plant because it's bright green, very thick, and looks healthy and full. In the nc6, it'll get 18watts @ 3wpg. I hope that's enough.
: I think it's a sword. It may be an anubias, I don't know much about plants. I've had it for a few days, it's been pretty hardy so far. I lost one leaf, which yellowed and my apple snail ate it in 1 day.
: I have 4 of these. I really like this plant because it gives a very nice "grassy" look. I love that it's not too thick, but makes a great cover and playground for my ghost shrimp. My betta loves to hang around and swim in it too.
: got it recently - I don't like it. The leaves have started sagging. I heard they were easy plants to take care of. It's not as great as I thought it was. I guess I'll have to give it more time to grow on me.
: I don't have any. It's coming next week with my NC6. I've been searching southern NJ LFS for Java moss with no luck. I can't wait to put it in my 2.5g lightly. I'm looking forward to it as well.
ps : I'm new to the planted tank hobby, and I'm loving it! aquascaping is so much fun. when I get my camera back, I'll be sure to share pics
: gone - I was happy because it grew so quickly that it sucked up all the nutrients. And then it became annoying, requiring frequent pruning, and the leaves would get messy. I gave it away.
: gone - I liked it, but didn't think I could grow it in 3wpg. I may try it again in the NC6 @ 3wpg. I liked the nice red contrast a lot.
: gone - my first plant. I liked it a lot too, but for some reason, I couldn't keep it planted. It always managed to come uprooted. (perhaps it's just because it was my first experience). Like Red Ludwigia, I didn't think I could grow it with 3wpg. I may try it again in the NC6.