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Re: plant groupings
> Does anyone else have something they'd like to add about maintaining
> groups of plants? I'm looking especially for experience with other
> crypts, small groups of stem plants and "carpet" plants.
> Roger Miller
I have a group of star grass which spreads fairly vigorously by root
runners. The way I contain its growth is pretty low-tech but works
great: I cut the bottom off a 4 litre plastic milk jug and filled it
with the same substrate, and planted the star grass in it. I buried it
so you can't see the plastic (even if a bit does get uncovered it's
translucent so doesn't look too bad).