All-time favorite Aquatic plant?

Blueberrybetta

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Im curious to know what other peoples favorite Aquatic plant is! :D I can finally say that after 2 years with over 15+ plants, my all time favorite has to be "Cryptocoryne walkeri var. lutea" I just find it so cute how they sprout a single leaf.

Does anyone else have a favorite plant? im curious to know plus i would love to get some ideas for new plants as well! :p


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(my Crypt and sword)
 

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anubias its unkillable, as long as you don't bury the rhizome, fish don't seem to eat it (mbuna, plecos etc.) and it takes like a year or more to double in size, so low maintenance.
 

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Blueberrybetta said:
Im curious to know what other peoples favorite Aquatic plant is! :D I can finally say that after 2 years with over 15+ plants, my all time favorite has to be "Cryptocoryne walkeri var. lutea" I just find it so cute how they sprout a single leaf.

Does anyone else have a favorite plant? im curious to know plus i would love to get some ideas for new plants as well! :p


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(my Crypt and sword)
Cryptocorene wendtii brown and blue stricta
 

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I love my crested java ferns because of how quickly they multiply, and how resilient they are. I have so many crested java fern babies in all my tanks, from just 2 small plants I bought at Petco a few months back.
 

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Anubias nana, Taxiphyllum barbieri, Microsorum pteropus and Lemnoideae. Can't choose one. These plants are all unkillable and are super pretty/natural. Many people hate lemnoideae (duckweed) though, but I love how fast it grows!
 

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