The "plume" looking plant in the foreground is the plant I would like ID help with...
Thanks in advance!
Thank you!...If you meant the green one that is in the front middle then that one is Potamogeton gayi.
From a LFS here in Portland as a very, very small plant that has grown and reproduced into what you see in the pic. It has a "stolon type root" that buds off new plants if this helps any...The second plant - I don't know. The stem structure seems similar to how lobelia grows, but the leaves are quite different from the lobelia species I've kept. Where did you buy it from?
I am not looking to make $$, but would be willing to do some trading with others - for other plants that I don't have...You may want to grow this plant up en mass, and sell it on the for sale section. I'm sure a lot of people will jump at the chance to get this uncommon plant.
I have a 16g bow front w/ a 96watt 67k PC, pressurized CO2 system and growing in Ecco-Complete substrate. I would say that it is not hard to grow - but fairly slow growing.What conditions did you grow it in? Was it hard to grow?
Groovy, and thanks for the confirmation.I second that the plant in the picture is Rorippa. It is in emmersed growth stage. When adapted to submersed it will have larger, longer and less denticulated form. I find it a bit tough to grow.