Low light plants
This is a discussion on Low light plants within the Plants for Enclosures and Vivariums forums, part of the Vivaria, Enclosures & Product Reviews category; Plants need light. Newts don't (nor the heat lighting can generate. Best low light plants for aquatic enclosures: Java moss ...
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|6th November 2003||#1 (permalink)|
Plants need light. Newts don't (nor the heat lighting can generate. Best low light plants for aquatic enclosures:
Java moss (Vesicularia dubyana): Excellent spawn receiver, also good for damp terrestrial environments.
Java fern (Microsorium pteropus): Tough as old boots.
Anubias - the slowest growing plant in the world (right Morg?), but indestructable.
|6th November 2003||#2 (permalink)|
Yep, Anubias may be very slow growing, but they are my favourite plants for an aquatic set up and as you say, indestructable.
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