What would be some good low light marginal/bog/water plants? I guess I could use some of the philos and syngoniums, but I am looking for a smaller more compact plant. Any ideas?
I have Crypt. beckettii and usterianum in my terrarium, growing emersed. I agree that they are a great plant. However, the genus Cryptocorne is so diverse that you have to be careful about lighting conditions, water conditions, etc. with each species to pick one that will go well. Crypt. beckettii and wendetii (sp?) are both good candidates (and commonly found in the aquarium trade) for growing emersed in frog terraria, but get from 4-9" tall.Dancing frogs said:I highly recopmend the Crypt species. I have some of these in my tanks, can't remember which variety, there are several. I got mine from a local (70 miles is "local" for me! :lol: ) pet store. Black jungle recently added them to their website. They are a great plant, will grow underwater, on land, and just about everywhere inbetween. They have a great deep green color, stay a compact 5-6" tall, (from what I've seen) and seem to live and grow with very little light, but strong lighting don't bother them either.