Immersed Grown Plants

  1. PokeTileCraft101

    PokeTileCraft101 Valued Member Member

    After about a month of me immerse growing my cyperus helferi for about a month i took them out and the that were nothing are now as long as the plant. Im also wondering who else does this and what are your methods

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    (also immerse growing some monte carlo and so far in both containers it's tripled in size)
  2. Fahn

    Fahn Fishlore VIP Member

    Trim the roots to make it easier to plant.
  3. -Mak-

    -Mak- Well Known Member Member

    I'm currently doing this with some hygophila siamensis 53B, monte carlo, and recently added some moss to my container.
    This is my thread:
    Submersed To Emersed - Experiment

    So far it's been a month, everything pretty simple, still haven't gotten around to completely exposing them and so they are still in relatively high humidity. I've noticed the monte carlo grows really well, but the hygro is rather slow. I will cut the hygro to make a completely emersed new plant (currently they are growing off old submersed stems) and see how it goes!