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There’s constant water dripping for the hoses is it normal for them too melt I bought them as tissue culture what I’m I doing wrong any advice will be appreciated
Anubias will need around 90-100% humidity if they are grown emersed. Some species can harden off and tolerate lower humidity, but that process takes some time.

If it's grown emersed, if you can place them in a splash zone so the leaves are constantly moist, they will recover. If not, you might need to submerge them underwater.
 

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Anubias will need around 90-100% humidity if they are grown emersed. Some species can harden off and tolerate lower humidity, but that process takes some time.

If it's grown emersed, if you can place them in a splash zone so the leaves are constantly moist, they will recover. If not, you might need to submerge them underwater.
dam ok I’ll do that so which plants do you recommend I use too grow on the driftwood besides moss ? Thanks for the advice
 

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dam ok I’ll do that so which plants do you recommend I use too grow on the driftwood besides moss ? Thanks for the advice
Some plants I have grown personally with wet feet and room humidity are:
Dwarf Hairgrass (Eleocharis Parvula)
Micro Sword (Lilaeopsis Brasiliensis)
Ludwigia 'Super Red'
Hygrophila Polysperma 'Sunset'
Maiden hair Fern (Adiantum Raddianum)
Pothos Vine
Cat Palm (Chamaedorea Cataractarum)
Hydrocotyle Tripartita

And there's many others too if you search Riparium plants on here or on Google!
 

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Some plants I have grown personally with wet feet and room humidity are:
Dwarf Hairgrass (Eleocharis Parvula)
Micro Sword (Lilaeopsis Brasiliensis)
Ludwigia 'Super Red'
Hygrophila Polysperma 'Sunset'
Maiden hair Fern (Adiantum Raddianum)
Pothos Vine
Cat Palm (Chamaedorea Cataractarum)
Hydrocotyle Tripartita

And there's many others too if you search Riparium plants on here or on Google!
Thanks buddy
 
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