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    i cant not believe, my lotus is flowering !


    there is some other picture that i take tonight
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    Nice! You must tell me everything about your set up.

    I have a Red Tiger Lotus too. Rather than re post the details, here's a link.
    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ad.php?t=46045

    Right now, Rams Horn and pond snails are making Swiss cheese out of my leaves. Oh, yes, they will eat live plants even if there's algae in a tank. These do anyway.
    Clicky the fishy

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    That is one healthy plant! Very nice.

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    That's pretty cool, thanks for sharing!
    Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishesses
    Nice! You must tell me everything about your set up.

    I have a Red Tiger Lotus too. Rather than re post the details, here's a link.
    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ad.php?t=46045

    Right now, Rams Horn and pond snails are making Swiss cheese out of my leaves. Oh, yes, they will eat live plants even if there's algae in a tank. These do anyway.
    hi Fishesses , i never have snails in the tanks, just from beginning, but now they are all gone , weird. my setup it 40 gal , Eco-Complete Plant Substrate. 4x 36 watts T5 light. no CO2 , no fertilizer.

    here is 3 day after , the bulb getting bigger
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    Cool! How old is that plant and did you start it from a bulb? How deep did you plant the bulb?
    Clicky the fishy

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    the plant is about 7 moths old, i'm not start it from a bulb , is already have some leave when i bought it. my gravel is about 5 cm deep .

    here come after 6 days
    Last edited by brianyu; 10-02-2009 at 12:59 PM.
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