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Re: shoelace sag
I have some of this, assuming we have the same plant. Per my LFS it is an
unidentified sag species. At least they didn't have a latin name for it.
Leaves are long and thin, about 1/8 inch in diameter. I bought two plants in
They just sat there in the substrate, not doing much (above the substrate at
least) for a few months. Then they started to spread via subsurface runners.
I have a few new plants now. Grows slow, IME. I have PC light and CO2
Nice plant to use with stems behind it. Mine looks nice in front of a stand
of Ammannia senegalensis I have. Email me off list if you want a couple
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