Yep. It actually works quite well as a floater. When planted in the substrate it grows only a very rudimentary root system.
Wow thanks for the help ! Also wanted to ask - my plant has a lot of old leaves that are partially dead / destroyed and have hair like green algae growing over it. Should I remove these or do I just leave them... Also will this plant grow well as a floater in a normal tank - that is without Co2 and ferts and bright lights ?Yep. It actually works quite well as a floater. When planted in the substrate it grows only a very rudimentary root system.
Thanks a lot for the kind reply ! I'm really excited ! Thanks again !Pennywort is a very easy plant to grow. I'd remove the dying/damaged leaves as that will encourage new leaves to grow. I finally had to remove it from my moderate light, no CO2 tank because it was growing too fast to keep under control, so you should have no problem growing it.