i dont think that is a true aquatic plant
I've always wondered how these strains of hedges and mondo grass would do growing emmersed. Maybe try to pop bottle em to keep em alive.Phil Edwards said:Well doesn't that suck! I just got a bunch of a really neat A. ficoidea strain.. Oh well, it'll look nice in my front yard.
PSP is a franchise. So you may or may not find some different stuff there. I have found them to be an excellent local source of Malaysian driftwood, and as far as the chains go they do seem to have a much better selection of fish supplies (including frozen foods.) No eco-complete though :-s . My local one, however (just down the road a couple of miles actually) doesn't have a very good assortment of fish (although the tanks are always pristine,) and I don't think I've ever seen any plants there at all beyond maybe some anacharis. This might change as they're moving a couple of doors down from their present spot into a location twice the size.United21Soccer said:I believe it is a chain store. It is named "Pet Supplies Plus". Do most of the chain store buy plants like those and sell them for cheap prices? The plant looked healthy when i bought it.