Can someone positively ID these plants? Their labeling when I got them was odd :/ Unknown #1
It was a small plant with spirals and it was greener when I got it but it appears to be melting. I put it in the background because I thought it might grow out but it still had direct light *my lighting is low to moderate, probably closer to low... Unknown #2
As you can see it has some interesting veins? It was two plants 3 in apart and they were "together" by a bar about a 1/4 thick. Pretty tall, they already are almost at the top of my tank. I think it was listed as a tiger val or just a val or something? Not sure what it is though and about things like light requirements and propagation. I would love for it to spread and get really thick... Unknown #3
The darker, oliveish green plant with "ribs". Labeled as cryptocoryne but the one I got three weeks ago has grown like 6in. and never melted, neither has the one I got 5 days ago.. The older one has made new leaves, too. Loving this plant :p Pygmy Chain Sword and Dwarf Sagg.
Here you can see the newer Pygmy Chain Sword I got friday, I ordered two plants but it looked like they reached in a tank and yanked out a huge handful and then stuffed it in a bag It was a lot. Hopefully it does well. The plant in the background a little and to the right is the Dwarf Sagittarius. We'll see which does better.
Just wanna show that little runner branching off to the right :) Though I didn't think the frogbit was doing great, lets say flourishing, they are ALL making these runners! Like 8-10 plants are! So I'm happy about that.
Oh, and I am planning on getting a red tiger lotus and green tiger lotus, don't know where I want to put them though. And I'm getting some java moss or christmas or star moss for the driftwood. Any suggestions? Would it be better in a spot with direct light or under an overhang where it would be even more shaded? Thanks!