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  1. I think this is a lidwigia repens. It grew to within an inch of the top and then started bending to stay submerged, so I trimmed it. There's new growth on the remaining piece, and several roots have started growing all along the length of the cut piece that's been floating - it's really cool! If I leave it floating, will the roots get long and flowing? If I plant it, will the "extra" roots stay, or will they dissolve once the substrate roots take off? This is one of my few very successful plants so I'm having fun watching it thrive.
  2. This plant (ludwigia repens, I think!) is about 20" tall. I love how the leaves get wider, lighter, and redder on the underside as it grows. Will it break the surface? Flower? I've "heard" it grows 20" tall but its already there and new leaves form all the time! I was going to trim it so it would get bushy, but don't have alot of tall plants right now and wanted to let it grow for the rasboras. It's a miserable day outside but I'm in a great mood, got a lot done fishy wise, and am loving all my critters today, even the flora ❤🧡💚💙
  3. I'm thinking about getting some Ludwigia for my tank, but don't know whether to got with L. repens or L. ovalis. I have relatively low light, am fertilizing root tabs and Easy Green, no CO2. Under those conditions, I've heard both can live, but I'm not sure which one will give more (if any) coloration. Does anyone have experience with this? And if they'll both just be green plants in my tank, is one better than the other for any reason?
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