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Here are my plants:

Micro Sword

Java Fern

Amazon Sword Plant

Cabomba

I have had them for a week, and they seem to be growing fast!
I will post pictures every other day or so..
EDIT: This pic was taken the second day I got them.
 

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UPDATE:
Here are my plants as of today. I have had them for two weeks now and my sword plant already needs propagating!
I love how my angelfish models, he needs to be in every shot!
 

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Some fish are just camera hogs.
Looks like things are coming along well.
 
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Thanks! Do you think I should cut them off now, or wait a little longer?
 

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It's really your choice if you want to, but I personally keep mine on. It makes a more bushy effect. But one question, are you using anything like root tabs? Root tabs are most likely needed when your dealing with heavy root feeders like swords
 
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ZiggyZ said:
It's really your choice if you want to, but I personally keep mine on. It makes a more bushy effect. But one question, are you using anything like root tabs? Root tabs are most likely needed when your dealing with heavy root feeders like swords
Yes, API root tabs, apI leaf zone, and Seachem Flourish excel...

P.S. BOO PENGUINS!!!! LOL

Go wings!
 
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So it has been about 2 weeks of having my new plants, and everything seems to be growing, and growing!! My cabomba (hehe I love that word "CABOMBA!!!") is already to the top of my aquarium! Everything seems to be growing very well! I still think I want to get a small, long piece of driftwood to attach my Java Fern to... Thoughts?? It would only be like a small stick, or stump, nothing too extreme...
P.S. Thank You all to have subscribed, or read this forum, it really means a lot to me, I love to get other peoples opinion's before I do something. And I feel very privileged to finally have found a forum that is properly moderated and respected!
Thanks Again!!!
 

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