I purchased a package of these bulbs about a month ago when I was setting up my first tank. There were four bulbs in the package and all four have sprouted and grown (some better than others). The resulting plants (so far) have grown to the top of the tank, covered the surface of the water with floating leaves, and sent up numerous flowering stalks. The first flower stalk that was sent up practically grew in front of my eyes, when I got home from work it was about two inches from the surface of the water, and about two hours later it had broken through the surface. In short: they grow rapidly and well, but be sure that they are what you want! -Bill >Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 22:04:34 -0000 >From: "AHodge" <ahodge at alltel_net> >Subject: corms > >I picked up some corms in W-Mart recently and the instructions said to drop >them in the aquarium and they would root on their own. I have just begun >to notice that they have indeed rooted and look very nice. I was wondering >if anyone else have tried them. They are located in the fish section and >are called Dwarf Lilly-Hybrid Ulvaceus They were about $2.50 for 5-6 >corms.
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