Lol, I know what you mean. I bought some cheap aponogeton bulbs from Wal-Mart and threw them in my 10 Gallon plant harvest tank, not thinking they would do anything. They all sprouted and began to grow so quickly. Within 1 week they were flowering and outgrowing the 10 gallon. I took them out and threw them in my 55 gallon to give them more room to grow and accomadate the flowering stocks. After 6 months of letting them grow, some suggest that you remove the bulbs, cut off all the shoots, and place them in a plastic bag in the fridge for 3 months. Apparently they require a rest period and if you do this they will grow again when you plant them. These are great plants. I found these and the Hygrophilla Corymbosa compacta plants are proving hardier and easier to grow than even Anacharis, Java ferns, java moss, and anubias. My 55 gallon is like the "Pet Cemetery." The fish are all alive and doing well, but very little grows despite a good substrate, lighting, ferts, and more recently C02 injection. Like, I said the Hygrophilla and Aponogeton seems to like this 55 gallon tank and are doing really well.