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    Hey all, I am new to this forum and I am from the DFW area. I have been the aquarium hobby for about 5 years now and started a planted tank about 2 years ago now. I have always had some issues with my plants. For some reason they are merely coasting along. They are not thriving like alot of...
  2. K

    Wanted: Hygrophila Balsamica (us)

    I'm looking for hygrophila balsamica, in the continental US. Willing to pay up to $20 + priority flat rate shipping cost
  3. rs18alpha

    Propagating Hygrophila Pinnatifida

    How do you propagate this plant? Can the new cuttings be planted in the substrate? Or should all cuttings be attached to wood or rocks? Should the bottom leaves be trimmed the new cuttings?
  4. K

    For Sale: Dhg 'belem', Hygrophila Serpyllum, Rotala Mexicana 'goias'

    Tank was in dire need for a trim/rescape, have a few plant species to let go... All submersed grown... DHG 'belem' - $10 per 3"x3" portion Hygrophila serpyllum - $10 per 20x nodes Rotala mexicana 'Goias' - $10 per 20x stems (at least 2") Add $7 USPS Priority shipping (CONUS), can combine...
  5. rs18alpha

    Growing Crypts And Hygrophila Araguaia In Sand??

    I'd like to try a new set up with lava rocks and sand. Behind the lava rocks I'll be using some type of aqua soil for the back plants. I want to try sand in the front of the tank. I'd like to plant some crypts and hygrophila araguaia in the sand but I don't know if they will do well in sand...
  6. rs18alpha

    Growing Hygrophila Pinnatifida In Between And Above Crypts?

    I have a few crypts in a corner of a tank. The crypts are planted in between rocks that are pilled up. I want to get a more vertical look in the corner. So my question is, if I plant a couple stems of the Pinnatifida in between the Crypts how would the Crypts do once the Pinnatifida gets taller...
  7. Hygrophila Corymbosa

    Hygrophila Corymbosa

    Hygrophila corymbosa is a very easy and robust plant to grow. It is a heavy nutrient consumer which makes it a good plant to use at the beginning of the aquarium. It can develop quite an extensive root system and extend outside the water. This behavior makes this plant suitable for non-CO2...