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Anybody try ajuga in the aquarium? It's a somewhat common bedding plant here in socal. I know there are other landscape ground covers that I see in aquariums (creeping jenny, lobelia, mint, alternathera and the like). They come in lots of colors and seem like they would adapt well to growing submerged. I have had these cuttings floating for about a month. They haven't grown a ton, but they also haven't died....



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Nice article on this project here. Although I've not personally done it, I am told that many, many plants can be converted from emerged to submersed, given the proper conditions. Some will melt. A few just require _some_ leaves to poke above the surface for emersed respiration  (e.g. Pothos, Bamboo, etc.)

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