low tech tanks was Re: NANFA-- Re: nanfa V1 #1223

Rhonda Wilson (gupp_at_naturalaquariums.com)
Tue, 02 Apr 2002 20:08:56 -0700

Sorry I didn't reply earlier, I was outside planting fruit trees all
day, more to go tomorrow, that should be fun, already got some blisters
today. :) I'd say the ones that grow like weeds to the point of
annoyance would be mosses (I grow 3 different kinds) and Val (4
different kinds, though the jungle and twisted aren't bad American and
Italian grow like crazy). Otherwise I've done well with most of the
plants I've tried. For some reason I seem to have a curse with Java
Ferns. I'm not sure why since I know others around town do great with
them, though they are on different water than I or maybe it just likes
filtered water better. Last time I counted was a few years ago and I was
growing 30 some varieties of plants, I'm sure there are a few more here
by now. There are some photos on my web site if you're interested, and I
have descriptions, photos and growing tips on a few plants also.



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