Low light plants

Discussion in 'Aquarium Plants' started by Kimberly4403, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. Kimberly4403Well Known MemberMember

    I bought a few plants in pots for my new tank which isnt set up so ive left them in the pots until my bigger tank is set up.. They have some foam around the roots inside pots when it comes to planting them should i remove the foam stuff?? Ill try and get a picture of what im talking about..

    Also need some plant names that can go at the front of my tank in low tech tank.

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  2. Kimberly4403Well Known MemberMember

    This is what i mean.. Should i take foam stuff away from roots before planting?

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  3. Dom90Fishlore VIPMember

    Anubias nanas, well... anything with anubias in the name really... here's the list i found

     
     
  4. AquaticBrandonWell Known MemberMember

    Yes you should remove that foam. It's there to keep the roots established. Just remove the wool, and plant the plant in the substrate :)


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  5. Kimberly4403Well Known MemberMember

    Ill do that once i set my new tank up with deeper substrate on sunday

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  6. Kimberly4403Well Known MemberMember

    I have to say my annubias is huge so not sure thats what i want for the front

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  7. AquaticBrandonWell Known MemberMember

    Okay sounds good. The plant will be fine potted in the wool until you get some more substrate to plant the plant.


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    If you want some plants for the front of the tank, try checking out dwarf sag :)


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  8. Dom90Fishlore VIPMember

    Actually, anubias are very slow growing so they wont be "huge" per se... another one you can try that is easy to grow for foreground is Cyperus Helferi.
     
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  10. Kimberly4403Well Known MemberMember

    Yes read that already but not really any little plants to put at front

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