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Old 01-26-2020, 04:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Beginner at emerged plants, is it possible to keep one potted?

Hello, I just recently got into raising aquatic plants, and I decided to try putting an Anubis Nana in a pot. I read around and discovered that they *can* grow partially out of water, and was wondering if there was a specific setup that I need that can accomplish this without complicated equipment or expensive supplements.

I'm a beginner, so I don't know very much other than what I read online...Any specialized tips would be great!
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Default Re: Beginner at emerged plants, is it possible to keep one potted?

Welcome to APC!

This is easy, no special equipment required. Just put the plant and pot in tightly closed terrarium with near 100% humidity. Since this is an anubias, don't cover the rhizome. Only the roots should be in the soil. You can also grow emersed anubias simply attached to wood or rock.
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