I've picked a few stems of wild Elodea canadensis while on a long road trip in BC, in hopes of bringing it home to my aquarium. This plant is not found in Alberta... I also have a stem of some sort of wild hygro. The problem is, I wasn't thinking about the fact that we are getting back in over 2 weeks. Is there any chance that the stems will survive this length of time? I put them in damp paper towel sealed in a ziplock bag.
Some shippers on aquabid take a couple weeks for their plants to arrive ( from overseas) so I guess it is possible ... If not, I'll give them to a fish store or something. Any advice would be appreciated. I might be getting a new small aquarium right away so it'd have a herbivores free place to grow.
My tank sucks now
Fraternity of Dirt # 22
Last edited by seds; 08-04-2009 at 10:00 PM.