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Old 04-15-2022, 11:59 PM   #1
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I bought a few plants from a local aquatic plant store a few days ago, and since I had to leave in a hurry, I wasn't able to get the names of two of the plants I bought from the seller.
If anyone can recognise these two plants attached below, it would be awesome if you could provide the names and some information about them, like if they're root feeders, water column feeders, if they like being planted in substrate or if they prefer being attached to driftwood etc.
Note: They're both really small, only 3-4 inches in height.
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Those look pretty nice!

The round leafy one looks like an Anubias Nana.

They have a rhizome , the part the leaves come from and thr roots come off of. Yo can add it to a Driftwood or stone. The Rhizome needs to stay above the substrate, roots can and often do grow into the substrate. Otherwise the rhizome tends to rot.

The other one looks like Cryptocoryne parva. roots planted into soil low to medium light.

Both are good for beginners and are easy care plants.
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