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I'm looking for something that will quickly cover the bottom of my tank. The faster it'll spread, the better.
you can plant Dwarf Baby Tears, if done correctly it will form a beautiful carpet in your tank
I didn't have good luck with dwarf baby tears and I have moderately high light...
Dwarf sag worked well for me. (low light it grows to 6 inches, but in my higher light tank it's only 2 inches tall.)
anyone have experience with pygmy chain swords?
I just ordered some, so I can let you know in a couple weeks...
If you have sand, dwarf hairgrass is good...
Pygmy chain sword is a great foreground plant. It looks very nice and it spreads runners like crazy. I had it in my 55g and I now have it in my 120g ;-)
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