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Old 10-22-2018, 05:38 PM   #1
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Pothos

Would a Pothos like it here, and if so what kind does everyone suggest, i didnt realize there was so many types. Something like this?

It would be in about 2 inches of water with some more rocks/branches under it but not much more then the picture below.

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What I've learned with pothos is it grows best when it's not submerged. It will grow submerged just extremely slow. I also have some pothos in my tank that's out the water but the roots are in water. It grows moderately, my pothos that's planted in soil in my tank is growing insanely fast. Point is it will grow and live just about any way, depends how you want it to grow.
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What I've learned with pothos is it grows best when it's not submerged. It will grow submerged just extremely slow. I also have some pothos in my tank that's out the water but the roots are in water. It grows moderately, my pothos that's planted in soil in my tank is growing insanely fast. Point is it will grow and live just about any way, depends how you want it to grow.


Any suggestions on a large plant that will fill that spot like a pothos might?
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Hello Cohen...

Any of the following would work: Nephthytis, Philodendron, Impatiens, (Shady Lady variety) Prayer plant and probably the best is Aglaonema (chinese evergreen). The Chinese evergreen is especially large.

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