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I have a stumpy driftwood piece in the tank that has some open area underneath it. It takes away from some good planted real estate but I like it and some fish hang out there as well.
So are there some low light plants that can survive totally shaded ? anubias?
Another question with the driftwood - the piece is tall and sits about 3 inches from waterline. Right now I have java moss on it. Would it be possible to grow Hc on it? It has a good ... not sure how to describe it, shelf/pocket so something can go there unless it has some crazy roots. The light is I believe on the high end of low but on the driftwood it would be like 6" from light.
Sorry for weird questions but still learning the plant thing.
 

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Thanks. Maybe I'll skip the hc. It's in a high flow area too. I think I just want it because everyone wants it. I'm not sure I really even like it that much. I was thinking something other than java moss though. Something a little hardier looking if that makes sense.
 
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