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Old 20-04-2003, 06:20 AM
Tim
 
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I am looking for a plant that will hide my UGF tubes.
I have tried Cabomba and Hornwart but can get neither to root.
Any suggestions? I thought of swords but space is limited.

Thanks in advance,
Tim

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Old 20-04-2003, 06:20 AM
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i use a combination of wisteria (mid to high) and annubias (low).

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I am looking for a plant that will hide my UGF tubes.
I have tried Cabomba and Hornwart but can get neither to root.
Any suggestions? I thought of swords but space is limited.

Thanks in advance,
Tim


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90 US gallons and 180 watts

On Wed, 22 Jan 2003 17:16:37 -0800, "Jim Miller"
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i use a combination of wisteria (mid to high) and annubias (low).

jtm


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Old 20-04-2003, 06:20 AM
Craig Brye
 
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I use Water Sprite to hide my return spout from the filter. The spout is
about one inch below the surface of the water, and one day a floating leaf
got stuck on it. Since then it has continued to grow and now covers the
spout. It has also grown out of the water about 5 inches above the spout.
I never new Water Sprite would grow like that.

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I am looking for a plant that will hide my UGF tubes.
I have tried Cabomba and Hornwart but can get neither to root.
Any suggestions? I thought of swords but space is limited.

Thanks in advance,
Tim





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