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    I agree with Smaug, potassium and/or iron...

    I agree with Smaug, potassium and/or iron deficiency is your problem (I'm betting on a lack of potassium myself). Since sword plants are heavy root feeders, root tabs will help considerably to...
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    In my experience, lotus plants require an...

    In my experience, lotus plants require an open-topped tank to properly flower. You must allow them to send out surface leaves (the long-stemmed, large leaves that float on the top of the water) for...
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    Most, if not all, of the bulbs you've listed grow...

    Most, if not all, of the bulbs you've listed grow to become very large (for small aquariums, anyway) plants that will quickly outgrow your tank. They require good lighting (~2 watts per gallon or...
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