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brainstorm.... low small light plant
Looking for a low light plant to plant a shaded area behind ny driftwood. This is for a one gallon tank, so I'm looking for a smaller plant.....blyxa to give it a fake val look? i dunno, need ideas :P
oh and sorry about the bad grammar in the title. it was meant to read "small low light plant". oops
to give an idea of the space...
there is currently a stargrass surviving in the crevice. but I ould like something that is a little taller in there...so that it will peer out from behind the driftwood.
it's around a 1 in gap... heater's in the way of the pic...
edit: might help if I also had a pic of the tank huh? here it is. it may not look like it, but there's room in the back...
but thanks for the input ;)
And you can always buy one in the size you want.
Cryptocoryne parva (2-4")
The cube is 8in high, so maybe 6-7in will be a nicer size. i have some petchii, not as fine as parva unfortunately :/
think hairgrass will work? I've had them in med light before. they don't grow in low light for me.
I think a nice echinodorus var vesuvious? Or crypt wendtii? or crinum calastratum?
hee hee curly plants!
I had some e vesuvious before :( but it vanished T_T
how big have you ha your wendtiis grow? I've seen som 12in ones @____@ the brown one seems to stay small though.
I'm leaning towards hair grass or similar...
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