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what kind of plant is this? link inside
I found this plant to be so beautiful, it looked like a tree but dont know how to care it, if you know what plant and how to care it, please give me some info. plant-1_zps0d3c967e.jpg photo by sai559 | Photobucket
I have had some plants that looked very much like that specimen . Although mine were green I also had some with pink leaves as well . I cant tell you for certain but I think it is cardinialis Im not sure of the diffrent types of this plant or the spelling being correct sory .But I can tell you if it is cardinialis it will not do well in gravel , and is usually in small clusters . Also this is a medium growin plant it will not get tall but will ''thickin'' or bush up kinda like a shrub or grass tends to do .
Sory I cant be more help , I will however keep looking I love plants especially wild types and diffrent specs.
Hope this helped some .
Okay I'm back and I have found out one thing . I was wrong lol sory . Its not the plant I first thought . But as such I will still try to find out its name for you .;-) never give up . Just hard lota plants and sites to go through .
If that other plant in the picture is lucky bamboo than the leaves need to be out of the water or it will soon rot and die, the base and roots can stay but all the leaves need to stay above the surface.
uhh i have another plant and i want to know what its called. please help out! IMG_0244_zpsba07fd72.jpg photo by sai559 | Photobucket i saw at petco and the name was plant on coconut husk but i try to research it and i didnt fine it, it just shows coconut husk, plants and other things......... i want to know whats the plant call and is it okay if i put the coconut husk in the substrate? cause it is now. help out please! :3
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