I keep losing plants. And I am not talking about difficult ones that don't survive conditions in my tank, or that grow seasonal.
Years ago, I grew nice Ludwigia palustris, and one day it just said "hasta la vista" and disappeared.
Rotala indica, beginners plant for sure. After growing it many years, it just went the way of the Dodo.
Potamogeton gayi, I love this plant, had it for a year and then, bye.
I almost lost my Wisterias. Always had a nice field of them, then all of a sudden, others took over, and one day I noticed there were just two little sick sprouts left. Weird. I moved them to another tank, where they are still looking just as sad. They would be gone by now if I hadn't moved them.
Last weekend I realized that I lost Lagarosiphon madagascariensis. The only fine-leaved plant that grew nicely (besides Ambulia) was missing from my tank. I must have uprooted it, meaning to take a few twigs and stick them back into the substrate. I must have missed that last part and all went out on the compost.
Does that just happen to me?