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I'm trying to find a plant that I can plant along my hardscape that can tolerate high, direct lighting. For a look, I would really like a Buce or Nana Petite, but in my experience, planting these under strong light is asking for BBA. What I definitely don't want is a stem that will grow too tall in front of the hardscape, or something that I will need to trim every week. Im sorry if I'm being vague, but I'm struggling to word the look I would like. It's easiest to say that I would like something that would look like a small Anubias, but wouldn't be an algae magnet. Any ideas?
 

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A picture of the tank would help.
Dwarf Sag - not really a dwarf as it can grow to 24in
Dwarf chain sword or hair grass would work
Monte is tempermental
Crypts - some stay relatively short, C. Parva
 
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