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    I have a very tall 150 gallon aquarium that is housin some discus in the future and i want to plant som plants. 1) i need something that is very tall because the tank is very tall 2) i hate algea and overworking myself. any suggestions?

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    I would suggest some of the largest Swordsplants and perhaps some crinum plants. There are also a lot of fine leafed plants that are good help to avoid algea but you will need a good light source to prevent them from loosing their leaf further down in the tank.

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