I am thinking that a glass jar with soil in the bottom would be better than a soda bottle. I am getting some evidence that the plastic of the soda bottles is harmful for crypts. It doesn't seriously injure them or kill them, but they do not grow as well as they ought to. I am going to do some comparisons with glass jars and soda bottles to see if crypts and other plants grow better in the glass. I suspect that they will. I know for a fact that the plastic trays I have been using for growing crypts submersed are causing growth to be much poorer than it is when they are grown in glass trays. Since the plastic trays come from microwave dinners, I thought they would be safe for plants.Your best bet would be to put them in a glass jar or soda bottle with some damp soil and let them take care of themselves for a while. In fact, one of Paul K's soda bottle jobs would be perfect.
it looks like a miniature poppy fruit..a bit like yours..but not yet opened..can see a bit of the outline shape..stocker said:Hi Fastlee84,
I really can't see much fromy our pict, maybe a clear one with your camera further away?
But if it doesn't look anything like a leaf, and resembles mine, I guess it might be a pod then. If so, soon you're gonna get baby tonkinensis!! :lol:
BTW, which shop did you get it from? Do they have retrospiralis (sp)?