Plants for low light conditions

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Matt wrote: Java moss would also work as a hiding place too, or so I've been told.


I agree with this more

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Matt replied the topic: Re: Plants for low light conditions

Hoping I could get it to "attach" to my driftwood and other plastic plants and what not, but we'll see when I find some.

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it always looks good when it does ... my sev is a jerk and pulled all of mine off I need to get my hands on a ton for the low and just completely cover the thing

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Nina_W replied the topic: Re: Plants for low light conditions

java moss attaches like magic. I can lift giant clumps of gravel by pulling up moss. Once that stuff attaches it isn't going anywhere.
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Nina_W wrote: java moss attaches like magic. I can lift giant clumps of gravel by pulling up moss. Once that stuff attaches it isn't going anywhere.


unless your severum is a jerk :S

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Matt replied the topic: Re: Plants for low light conditions

Lol, well I'm glad I don't have jerk fish, just chainsaw teeth fishes

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Matt wrote: Lol, well I'm glad I don't have jerk fish, just chainsaw teeth fishes


much better at least they dont do what you told them not to and they do it and then look at you :pinch:

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Matt replied the topic: Re: Plants for low light conditions

lol, mine look like they're in a constant state of mortal terror, I think they'd hide from their own shadows if they could.

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Nina_W wrote: can you guys have water lettuce? That's also a very pretty floating plant.

In SA, all of these floating plants are banned.

water lettuce is cool, here's the complete list
plants.usda.gov/java/noxious

I like to attach java moss, java fern, and anubias with gel super glue it works great
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cebosound replied the topic: Re: Plants for low light conditions

nina, can we see some close up pics of your plants you speak of.?

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