Thankfully Anacharis is cheap, but I've probably spent a good $20 on that plant alone and unfortunately it keeps dying, slowly.
I've heard both that it's super easy to care for and that you can just throw it in a bowl of water with nothing else in it and it just thrives. Also heard that it's fine in any temperature of water, it's good with goldfish and good with tropical fish. And according to this it should be Aquatic Plants for Freshwater Aquariums: Anacharis
During my QT process it always seems to start getting goopy, really soft like and not as green and at the base a little brown. I've tried even skipping the QT process just to try and save the plant and deal with any snail issue later on. This didn't work either.
Floating it, planting it, tying it to a sunken piece of driftwood so that it doesn't possibly get too close to the light but also so that none of it is covered by sand or gravel.
I had one do really well for a week and then i switched my plant food to Seachem (originally using API) and it almost immediately started falling apart, and I didn't even use that much because at the time it was only a 10 gallon aquarium.
How does one properly care for Anacharis? Before I was using two Zoomed UltraSun fluorescent bulbs and now i'm using a fluorescent tube by Aqueon for plants.
It makes me sad because I really love this plant but I have no clue why it keeps gooping up on me and dying.