lagenandra meeboldly red

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09 Mar 2016 18:39 #1 by robert (robert carter)
Was over in newlands getting a few plants for the garden and saw this plant ,was told it was a new variety that they never had before . They didn't know too much about it . Anyway I brought one , to my very limited plant knowledge it looks like a red anibus and has a ri zone, I have it wedged into a piece of bogwood . Nice to have a bit of colour contrast in the tank . Incidenty Mr Google said it's from India and quite rare and seldom available in the aquatic trade .

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09 Mar 2016 22:00 #2 by Homer (Kevin)
It used be rare but I have noticed it everywhere, grows like a Cryptocoryne and should be in substrate as it requires lots of nutrition.

I have mine in substrate including aquatic soil and doing great.
Kev.

The Glass is always greener on the other side.


It's NOT "Chee lick", NOT "Chee Chee Licks"!!! Cichlids is pronounced as "Sick Lids"!!!!!

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09 Mar 2016 22:29 #3 by robert (robert carter)
Hi Kev ,yes I see it on quite a few websites this evening ,I have just fine gravel on the bottom of my tank , will give it a go on the bogwood for a while and see what happens . It has a ri zone and in my ignorance I thought you didn't plant these type of plants , Robert

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