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Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by jonathan11, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. jonathan11

    jonathan11 Lifetime Charter Member
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    Jan 24, 2005
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    Have several apons in my tank whose stems have reached the surface. They're branching out, it seems, and are forming what appears to be smaller pods with leaves beginning to emanate from the pod. Am I to assume they're reproducing? Can I separate these new plants from the mother plant and replant?
  2. Gill Man

    Gill Man Prolific Poster

    Feb 10, 2005
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    Re: Apons

    I've never actually seen leaves or adventitious plant on an Aponogeton's flowering shoot, but if true, then I don't see why not. I would wait and see what happens first.

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