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Low light plants??
I have a 5 gallon with a 9 W flourescent bulb - what are some good plants that will thrive on low lighting?
It will house two African Dwarf Frogs and I don't believe they are hard on plants at all. They mainly like to just sit on them.
And the substrate will be Eco-complete black.
|fishkid ||02-22-2009 09:20 AM |
Actually, thats not too low. You could try java fern and some mosses. Cryptocorynes also work well.
|pkennedy0219 ||02-26-2009 08:22 PM |
how many gallons do you have, that would make a difference for the lights and plants. about 2-5 watts per gallon. You can find out what plants need what. Liveaquaria.com gives some good info on their plants. Their plants are also very nice, they are the kind that i use.
|fishkid ||02-27-2009 08:29 PM |
I reread the post. For sitting, I find my fishes like Anubias leaves. It is a low light and hardy plant that shouldn't be planted in the substrate.
Java fern, java moss, crypts, and anubias should all do well.
|mattyphilly ||03-09-2009 04:20 PM |
anubias....they come in all sizes. Dont need much light and are slow growers
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