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How do I keep a 'Marble Queen' sword emersed?

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by Russ, Dec 13, 2006.

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    Russ Guest

    I bought a Marble Queen Sword (Echinodorus cordifolius) today, not for a tank, but to grow emersed. I remember someone told me the leaves "resisted drying" and that it could be easily grown emersed.

    Now I'm guessing how to actually do it. I thought of trying this: put it in a pot w/o drainage in a 70/30 mixture of Soil Master Select & potting soil and keep it soaked. Is this a good or bad idea? Anyone know how to really do this? It's a beautiful plant, I'd hate to kill it. :eek:

    -Russ
     
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