Thanks for all of your replies. Tropica, Oriental Aquarium Handbook, most sources in general refer to Cryptocoryne albida as one of the more difficult crypts to grow submersed. As I don't have any experience with any crypt that has ever been referred to as 'difficult' (only grown wendtii var, walkeri, undulata, retrospiralis, spiralis), I didn't know quite what to
Your responses are all very promising. I will try to grow it emmersed first. And yes, cS, I would love to hear details on your emmersed setup. I have grown the more common crypts in my hydroponic setup, but they have never flowered. Also, I have to be constantly thinning them out during the summer as they propagate vegatively very quickly (especially wendtii 'green').