03-11-2011, 03:39 PM
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Originally Posted by redchigh
IME most stem plants do extremely well floating.
Ceratopteris is watersprite, and there are two ceratopteris species... One that only grows floating, and one that grows either way. Let it get healthy floating, then you can try it again.
My plan tomorrow, when I do a WC, is to let it float - good suggestion to try later if it takes off. I've often wondered what "floating" means - like it floats on the top or I'm hoping to just let it suspend over the ground, and it will stay "upright" :)
Thanks for help.