I have an Echinodorus which has sent out what I think is a flower
stalk, actually two of them. One of them failed to reach the water
surface. The other is about twice longer and about a third of it is
on the surface. Both stalks have what looks like flowers but they
have not opened (yet). The flowers on the longer stalk are raised
above the water surface.
My question is: what should I do to propagate the plant? The shorter
(and older) stalk have developed 2 small daughter plants, do these
require any special treatment?
I'll appreciate any info.
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