Terrestrial Plants underwater

kbn

Hello. Today I was just wandering around in my garden and I saw a carpeting weed . I couldn't help but think how good it would look in an aquarium. This got me thinking and I ended up picturing other small weeds and grasses which would look good underwater. Is there a way of making these plants do that? Do let me know
 

AcornTheBetta

I'm not sure, but if u find a way let me know. My garden has so many weeds rn. lol
 

-Mak-

I'm going to say probably not, unless it's closely related to a known aquatic plant. And even then it's highly variable by species.

For example, a couple different species of hydrocotyle are able to grow underwater. If you have that in your yard, maybe you could try. I have done it but it never grew much and new leaves got smaller and smaller.

If it's just some clover or grassy looking things I wouldn't be too hopeful
 

mmercier

You could always try it! Maybe with a CO2 boost it would work better
 

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