11-17-2009, 01:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Angel079
Not really while the links do provide pictures and info as far as KH, pH and level of difficulty and light needs etc it won't tell me what actually can grow out of the water and still thrive. Nor will it tell me what actually 'works' for people that have tied such thing in their Paludariumis before
Find a good info site on Echinodorus, then read the plant species descriptions. There are some species that will readily send leaves above the surface. I've seen photos of aquarists' tanks that are open-topped with the water lowered a bit, and swords shooting above the water. Just have to track down the species. I know E. macrophyllus will do this, I have this species but removing the odd leaf keeps it in the tank, and the cover is quite close to the surface anyway.