Hi!! Yesterday I ordered 10 stems of Anacharis Elodea on eBay. (From a well known seller with 100% positive feedback ) I of course did some research, but I wanted to talk to some experts too!! From what I understand Anacharis is a stem plant that can grow floating or planted. When it grows too big, you can trim it and plant the trimmings which will turn into new plants. Anacharis grows like a weed and can grow very well in a low light tank. Am I correct on all of this? I plan to divide the 10 stems in between 2 tanks. A 20gH and a 10g. I want to place 6 stems in the 20g and 4 in the 10g. Sound good? The 20g contains many artificial plants and decorations. I plan to slowly replace all the artificial plants with live ones. The inhabitants of this tank are Harlequin Rasboras, a Molly, Platies, Nerite Snails, and Black Skirt Tetras. My substrate is gravel. pH is 7.4 , Temp. is 76/77. This tank has been running for 5 years and has perfect parameters. The lighting is a Marineland Natural Daylight fluorescent bulb. It also has a Whisper Power Filter 20. Does this aquarium sound good and ready for live plants? The 10 also contains many artificial plants which I plan to slowly replace. The inhabitants are White Cloud Mountain Minnows and Amano Shrimp. The substrate is also gravel. pH is 7.3 , Temp. stays between 69 and 71. This tank has been running for a year and has perfect parameters too. The lighting is two 6 in. incandescent bulbs. Both are 15w a piece. It has an Aqueon QuietFlow Filter. Does this aquarium sound good and ready for live plants? Please note that I'm on a tight budget and can't afford to go out and buy new expensive things for the aquarium. I have to work with what I have. (My apologies if that sounded rude in any way) I would prefer to not have to deal with Flourish, Excel, root tabs, and Co2. Mostly because I honestly don't understand them and would really like to avoid them if at all possible. But feel free to explain them to me! Lol I also won't be changing my substrate for any reason and will be sticking to low light plants. (No rudeness intended) As time goes on I plan to add plants like Ludwigia Repens, Wisteria, Java Fern/Moss, Anubias, and Moneywort. Again, keeping it low light The seller mentioned there may be some ramshorn snails on the plants. Will this be a problem? Feel free to suggest some low lights plants and to tell me if you have plants up for sale!! All advice and suggestions are greatly appreciated!! Thank you in advance!!!