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Old 20-04-2003, 06:25 AM
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~45US gallon, eheim 2026 pro II, onyx sand, PC 96w

I'm trying to plan this out. Large amazon swords in the back, some bacopa,
anubias nana and anubius barteri, along with java fern middle to front. What
about foreground? In the perfect world, i'd like a plant that somewhat
resembles grass, that will stay short, and spread lateraly at a decent rate.

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Saggitaria subulata. Grows fast, doesn't need a ton of light or special
substrate. Or maybe hairgrass. The dwarf variety, or trim the regular

variety,
like you would mow a lawn.


Anyone have any they'd like to share? g

billy


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Old 20-04-2003, 06:25 AM
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anubias barteri or nana or whatever the short one is called
"LeighMo" wrote in message
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What
about foreground? In the perfect world, i'd like a plant that somewhat
resembles grass, that will stay short, and spread lateraly at a decent

rate.

Saggitaria subulata. Grows fast, doesn't need a ton of light or special
substrate. Or maybe hairgrass. The dwarf variety, or trim the regular

variety,
like you would mow a lawn.

IME, Lilaeopsis won't grow very fast at that light level. It's the

shortest of
the grass-like plants, though.



Leigh

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