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  1. Default Ideas for new Large leaf medium/slow growing plants for discus tank


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    Hello,

    Recently had to remove lots of the old fast growing plants from my discus tank as they were taking over and making making frequent maintenance a hassle - am looking for something with medium to large leaves, easy/medium care, slow/medium growth rate - tank = 30 degrees c, nitrite 0, nitrate 15, ph 6.6

    Video below (blurry so best to watch in 720 am not a cameraman sorry) :-



    A bit bare looking at the min - grateful for any ideas

    Thanks

    Tom

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    Anubias are slow growing and easy...although it looks like you might already have them? How about Echinodorus Ozelot? They grow nice and big and aren't too demanding. The Aquatic Design Centre in London have them.

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    Hey - yep got an anubias, will definitley look into the Echinodorus Ozelot - looks nice - thanks!

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    Link doesn't work. Says it's private. What light do you have? Amazon swords make good hiding places for require med light and fert tabs at the roots.

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