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</DIV><H1>Good plant for ground coverage?</H1><DIV id=Qtextbox><P><STRONG>Author: ajk</STRONG><BR><BR>Hey all,

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Does anyone know of a good plant for ground coverage? I need it to cover the entire foreground gravel etc. Also where I could get it if you have any suggestions.

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Andrew

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</P></DIV><H2>Replies »</H2><DIV id=Atextbox><P><STRONG>Author: wazzablunt</STRONG><BR><BR>I would suggest hair grass. Great plant and when a complete covering is reached it looks amazing. Your LFS should have some or be able to get some in. If your buying in bulk (i would suggest you do) aquamail.com.au has the cheapest im pretty sure.

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HTH

</P></DIV><DIV id=Atextbox><P><STRONG>Author: Brett4Perth</STRONG><BR><BR>Hair grass looks good if you give it lots of light.

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Pygmy chain sword (E.tenellus) is another good foreground plant that will succeed in lower light conditions. Some of the shorter crypts also make good foreground plants in tanks with less light.

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Brett

</P></DIV><DIV id=Atextbox><P><STRONG>Author: MrRolla</STRONG><BR><BR>Im also interested in getting some plants to cover my substrate, but will my bronze cory's mind having grass all over the place? or do they prefer gravel?

</P></DIV><DIV id=Atextbox><P><STRONG>Author: The Cichlid Man</STRONG><BR><BR>Baby Swords, Baby Rubra, Baby Radicans, Hair Grass (Eleocharis), Spawning Grass (Lilaeopsis), Chain Swords, Chain Sagittaria.

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Regards,

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Ben

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