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RoryM
2nd May 2010, 01:08 AM
Aquascaping my 20g for the yellow rabbits that will soon reside in there and wondering what type of plants can survive in their water. Am attempting to make it look somewhat like their native land as well. So far I have a piece of driftwood on the left side with a mixture of fine sand and med gravel throughout with flat stones. Will be low tech as I dont want to put too many ferts in the water. Will have pictures up soon...

Summit MicroFarm
2nd May 2010, 01:27 PM
RoryM,

I have a Sulawesi tank with cardinals and I have two types of Anubias, wisteria and mini pellia all growing quite well.:D







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retardo
2nd May 2010, 02:46 PM
As far as I know, most plants are not that picky about water temp. They are more picky about the hardness of the water than anything else. You should be able to grow most plants in high temp.

igorKanshyn
3rd May 2010, 01:56 AM
Majority of plant don't concern about water temperature. So, select what is best for your set up.

BTW, as I know sulawesi aquascape doesn't include a lot of plants. You can try some mosses, anubiases, might be vallisneria ... but main part should be rocks.