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RE: Aquatic Plants Digest V2 #1043
> Question: are we harming the aponogetons by not taking them out of the
> and putting them in a moist cool place when they die back? I thought I
> saw someone recommending that.
I've been wondering the same thing and would appreciate a note if you get
> Question: our aponogetons have several flowers now, most with a few
> developing. Can anyone recommend how to harvest the seeds and grow them?
I took care to pollinate each flower stalk from a different one when mine
flowered a couple of months ago. Soon they became covered with seed pods,
which I left to themselves. When the seeds were obviously gone from the
stalks I removed them.
Evidently the seeds did very well left to themselves - I now have a dozen
or two 3" A. Crispii scattered throughout the tank. :)
(Apologies to everyone for my IceCap message this morning wherein I
included an entire, mercifully small, digest. Still getting used to a new
The very act of seeking sets something in motion to meet us;
something in the universe, or in the unconscious responds as if
to an invitation. - Jean Shinoda Bolen