This one is my First Rhizome from my Anubias
Nana, I thought for sure it was dead but as you can see on the right side,
I have one new leaf coming out so maybe it will survive. This one rhizome sprouted another 17 inches of rhizome
and gave me one of the largets specimens I have ever seen. Ludwigia repens
is recovering nicely. I put the main stem in the substrate and it seems to be doing the trick with the new offshoots.
Bacopa Caroliniana is doing ok, always my slow grower but seems to have come through like a champ,
even the dead looking stem has some new growth on it. Go figure. Guess my luck holds out again.
The 2 nana on the right were naked and I thought might have died not 4 days ago. Now they both have new leaves coming out.
The 2 on the left faired a little better with at least one leaf in tact which seems to have been a big advantage as both are getting
a second leaf where the lone remaining one was.
There are some signs the Crypts are starting to come through with some really short leaves coming up. I really need to cut them
down completely and just leave the healthy leaves but my plants so bad right now I haven't brought myself to deface them yet.