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Typhonodorum lindleyanum

martin_c

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Hi.
I recently acquired two seeds of the semi aquatic plant Typhonodorum lindleyanum (aka Water Banana and some other names). Currently they float on the surface and started to grow.

Has anyone experience with or thoughts on this plant, in an aquarium?

I'm excited about them, but i'm not sure if they will make sense in an aquarium. Especially if the roots can be integrated in a way that doesn't look bad.

I'm always interested in semi-aquatic plants, as long as it's possible to combine them with a lid (means they have a stem which goes through the lid and they grow their leaves above the lid).

BR
Martin
 

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MacZ

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I'm wondering if the roots might be able to pierce the silicon. That's my only concern and it came to my mind just the moment I read what you wrote.
Otherwise I'd love to have one myself. :)
 

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