The Anagallis looks really impressive in full bloom, I have to say! Also the way it gently creeps into every nook and cranny.Hi all,
I love the Anagallis tenella and I didn't know that Luronium natans had such a good flower.
Tbh I think they'll be fine, they're much hardier than we give them credit. I think moving them and changing all that water will be more stress than the heat can deliver.If I were you, I would drain the tank so it can be carried and put it in the coolest part of the house on the floor and leave it until this first smile of the apocalypse passes.
If that’s still too hot, freeze some 500ml pucks of ice and periodically add them after a small cold water, water change.
You're so right 🤣Not for long.
Honestly I think it looks really nice, and requires zero effort on my part!Not a bad thing at all.
I'm not sure what actually causes that. I have another lily (Princess Elizabeth) in different container pond and it was doing the same but then stopped. Not sure what changed!I’m so jealous of your beautiful lily (among other aspects!): mine is really struggling in my half barrel pond - the leaves get to the surface then decay, or I think are being eaten? Any tips?
I think it might be a cyanobacteria, something like a <"Nostoc spp">, these often produce a lot of "gel" ("secrete polysaccharide-rich mucilage").I've grown Utricularia graminifolia emersed a few times now and never had this issue with this snotty growth that is melting patches of the Utricularia.
I thought about this too. When I give the last soak I added a few drops of Phyton Git Sol which worked when I had the classic looking Cyanobacteria. Hopefully it works on this snotty stuff!