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My dwarf baby tears which was suppose to be a carpet for my aquarium never worked out. Perhaps my light is not strong enough or its the lack of C02 injection,etc...

I would like to try to grow the black outside the aquarium.

I have a round glass bowl which are traditionally used to grow succulent or have little terrariums. I was going to grow them outdoors with the bright sun.

My question is should I grow them submerged in water or in the air?

Should I use Organic Potting mix(nature's care) or use Eco-comlpete?

Should I put in Root Tabs, Liquid CO2,etc....?

Does anyone have any suggestions on what would be the best way to grow dwarf baby tears outside?

Thanks.


 

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Not sure the same would apply to dwarf baby tears, but I have had great success with growing the regular kind in a piece of filter foam in hob filter. They're doing much better there than in the planter with soil I have on my window sill. It doesn't seem to care if there is high light or not this way, but I am pretty sure that it does better with more humidity.
 
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