Bulb plants or plants the can attach to rocks/driftwood

Dillan Murphy

Can yall recommend some blub plants or plants take can attach to rocks or driftwood. I can't seem to get any other type of plants to grow. I already have a anubias nana and a aponogeton caproni.
 

Stripedbass

Dwarf Lilly’s grow like weeds should be able to keep them alive pretty easily. Pretty much any crypt Or Anubis. Java moss will cling to rocks.
 
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SouthAmericanCichlids

I thought crypts need substrate. I know anubias and Buce don't need substrate.
 
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jkkgron2

I let some of my crypts float. They don’t grow as much, but they can survive without being planted.
 
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mattgirl

Java fern is another plant that can be tied or glued to something in the tank. I glued mine to tiny terracotta pots. They have now grown enough to completely hide the pots. I have both regular java fern and also the windelov type. I too have a hard time keeping lots of different plants growing well in my very soft water but the java ferns do really well.

Crypts also do well for me as long as I keep them away from my rabbit snails. I do plant my crypts. They are normally tough plants so you may want to consider them if you've not already done so.
 
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