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Re: Aponogeton longiplumulosis

I have had one of these for maybe two years now. 
Whenever it dies back, I just toss the bulb into a
shadowy area in my low light ten gallon and leave it
there for 2 to three months.  It does not need an
extensive rest period.  

I have tried pollinating the flowers a couple times,
and it hasn't worked.  It may be that I did it wrong,
but I can't say for sure.  

www.tropica.com has some stuff on Aponogetons, as does
www.thekrib.com, but that's as much as I can help you
for now.  


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