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[APD] RE: plants in pots

I've used small terra cotta pots, plugged at the bottom w/ silicon, filled w/ some soil or peat sand mix on the bottom and capped off with sand or gravel. They move well from tank to tank and are heavy enough that they don't need extra weight or care to stay down and stay upright. Depending on the plant, straight gravel would work best (stem plants which derive little/no nutrient benefit from roots).

I have seen people put plants in wine glasses and put them inside the tank for an interesting, raised effect. You can put them out in the middle or hode them in the back so that a smaller plant can be up high and visible in the background.

Some people use driftwood w/ holes (stump style) and plant in the holes.

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