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Any plant that likes to go on driftwood is (usually) easy and generally has low light demands. Java fern, and anubias are two that come to mind. The rhizome is tied to wood, rock, ornaments, and eventually the little roots that come off the rhizome will anchor the plant to the surface.
If there's not much fast water movement, floating plants like hornwort or duckweed can work although they sometimes will get caught up in the filter.
If the substrate is too heavy, too sharp too compact it can damage roots of aquatic plants.
|Posted 24-Nov-2010 01:43|
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