Rube_Goldfish Posted March 21 Share Posted March 21 I planted my first and only ever sword plant, a red melon sword from ACO, back in mid-November. At the time, I was trying to be mindful of not burying the crown (rosette? Are those terms interchangeable?) but looking at it now, I see that there's about a centimeter of space between the gravel and the bottom of the crown, so I guess I overdid it with "don't bury the crown". (See photo below). I gave a gentle tug, intending to replant it, but the roots resisted me. Is it a problem that there is that space? If so, is it worth uprooting it to start over but planted better, or should i just leave well enough alone? The plant is growing (getting a pair of Easy Root Tabs about every three weeks) slowly in a 55 gallon without CO2, but it only looks okay. Thanks in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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