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Old 06-22-2017, 11:51 AM   #1
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HI, I'm new to plants and all that good stuff so I'm wondering if I can put in plants while the fish are in there and also can u guys help me with this what is the best low tech stem plant that I can use as like a background please help
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Yes you can put plants in while the fish are in. Wisteria comes to mind.
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Hornwort is another. And I just recently put in creeping jenny and its growing very well.
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Hygrophila compact, Hygrophila blue stricta, hygro difformes, bacopa of all varietys, ludwigia repens, Liminophila sassifolia, penny wort, horn wort should all work in a low tech
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