first timr real plants Question

Discussion in 'Aquarium Plants' started by Nick Della Rocca, Aug 1, 2014.

  1. Nick Della RoccaValued MemberMember

    i dont know the names but how can i tell if a plant is dyi.g or needs trimming
     




  2. Adam55Well Known MemberMember

    A few ways. Are you talking about trimming leaves that you suspect are dying? Usually healthy plants get trimmed because they're growing so much.
     




  3. Nick Della RoccaValued MemberMember

    yes it looks like a bulb like a flower
    but its brownish. the green leaves are fine though
     
  4. Marie1Well Known MemberMember

  5. Nick Della RoccaValued MemberMember

    atm no. i will try tm
     
  6. Nick Della RoccaValued MemberMember

    so These are my plants. Names of them? Are they good for a a first timer with real plants as myself? Anything I can do to help there growth? I have 4 danios, 2 neons, 2 julii corys, 2 CPO, and evidently my fiances parents put a couple ghost shrimp in there.
     

     

     

     

     

     
     
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  7. guthrieb08Valued MemberMember

    The first plant looks like some sort of anubius and i have a few of them do best attached to logs or rocks and they grow very slow. I love these plants. :)
     
  8. Nick Della RoccaValued MemberMember

    Great I have gravel for my base so it should do well then!
     
  9. Nick Della RoccaValued MemberMember

    does anything look luke it can be trimmed?
     
  10. cichlidmanWell Known MemberMember

    pic 4 are non aquatic plants . I actually bought that same combo from petco but they make wonderful house plants
     
  11. Nick Della RoccaValued MemberMember

    lol i got mine there also. pics 4,5,6 are the sameplant
     
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