Re: ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
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To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
From: gtong at sirius_com (G.Tong)
Reply-To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
>Hello.. Has anybody out there had experience growing terrestrial
>plants in their aquarium(ie. philodendron etc...) Not the whole
>plant but just it's roots in the tank and the rest of the plant hanging
>If so what plants are suitable and non-toxic for aquarium use??
> THANK YOU Mike Bernardoni mikeb at pso_siu.edu
Bog plants do nicely--dwarf papyrus and rushes. Also lobelia.
San Francisco, CA, USA
gtong at sirius_com
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