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Anyone who starts their adventure with an aquarium should start with the cultivation of easy growing  typical water plants. Please do not start with plants that require special conditions, such as soft water, adequate water hardness, or professional fertilization. Therefore, let's not start with the cultivation of such plants as Cabomba piauhyensis or Barclaya longifolia. We can also be disappointed when we  choose plants that do not grow under water permanently. I cannot recommend such plants as Aglaonema or Chlorophytum bichetii. These plants never grow under water. In sum the best plants for our first aquarium are: Gymnocoronis,  Limnophila sessiliflora, Lysimachia...

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Eleocharis parvula  is commonly known as hairgrass. It belongs to low- growing aquarium carpet plants, easy to cultivate. It is really functional foreground aquarium plant.  It can be planted directly into the ground  and by trimming it regularly, you can achieve gorgeous carpet. If not pruned, it creates beautiful aquascape in the middle part of your aquarium. You can also placed hairgrass encompassing stones or woods. Hairgrass is an aquarium  plant which doesn`t require any special condition. Light can be moderate and pH: 6.5 - 7.0. You can arrange you water tank planting next to Eleocharis parvula  e.g. Glossostigma elantinoides,...

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Bacopa monnieri  is a quite widely used aquarium plant. It is known by common names as  Brahmi,  Water Hyssop. It expands hugely in exotic places of the world in which it can be noticed growing along the banks of lakes, rivers, and pools.  If it arises over the surface of the water, it blossoms. Its flowers tend to be tiny, in most cases white but occasionally soft blue. Bacopa monnieri: We tend to plant it in aquarium in groupings of a number of stems. So planted Bacopa appears to be much better than planted separately. Gentle green leaves on thinner...

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