Can I grow aquarium plants outside of water,...

KeyboargJune 16, 2013

Or does it have to be inside of water, if you plan on using it in a fish tank in the future?

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I have a single Betta. I purchased a java fern as well as another type of plant and the second one polluted the tank because it wasn't meant to stay underwater. I read up on it and found that pet stores will sell these anyway.

Another thing. Beware of heaters you buy at the pet store. Try them out in a separate container BEFORE you stick them in the tank with your precious fish. I'm glad I did this because two of the ones I purchased went well over 100ú. I had to take them back. I use a digital thermometer to check the temps with.

Here are some links that might be useful.

Dying plants

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Plants [Archive] - Aquarium Forum

    Bookmark   June 30, 2013 at 2:30PM
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Submerged and submersed. In nature aquarium plants grow mostly in submersed then submerged conditions. Bog conditions.

    Bookmark   July 16, 2013 at 10:33PM
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