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Does anyone have any experience growing this species in aquaria? Does it throw daughter plants easily or does it remain as a solitary plant? How about color and height?

I am familiar with growing this species emersed (as easy as wendtii), but have never tried it submersed in my aquarium. I am looking into this species as a possible foil/contrast to all the Anubias and moss in one of my aquascapes. All the pictures on the net show plants that are not in their prime.

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C. undulata is easy submersed. the one unusual thing about it is that if it is crowded, its crown starts lengthening, and it becomes like a stem plant with internodes. It is quite undemanding with one or two watts per gallon. It sends out runners as readily as wendtii or beckettii.

(I wanted to post a picture here of C. undulata, but I get the message, "Sorry, you have reached your maximum Upload Quota limit of 256 KB") Instead, go to my personal album and see it there.
 
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