On the frontpage, there is a pic of Java Fern shown emmersed, sticking out the top of the water. I was wondering if it is possible to do this with most/all java ferns, or only that particular one, which is var. Phillipines (sp?). I would love to do this in one of my tanks, but don't want to wilt the java that I have.
That's a rotating pic, SearunSimpson, so it may or may not be there. redcrane, the "front page" he's referring to is HERE. I know a lot of us probably have the forums bookmarked rather than the actual front page of the site since we come straight here anyway. It saves a click. We tend to forget that there IS a front page :hihi:. Kyle recently made that a clickable pic, by the way; you can click on it to be taken directly to the plant profile.
I don't know about the Java Fern, but I know Java Moss certainly doesn't have a problem with it as I had some crawling out of my 10 gallon.
Thats the problem, I have no way of keeping it really humid. I have a standard 10gl hood with the two cut-outs, one for the filter and one for a heater; so there really is no way to keep it fully sealed, such as in a terrarium/paludarium. I was actually wanting to keep it open top with hanging pendant lights when I move all my stuff back home, but it just looks so good emmersed.