Following Cheryl's Pond Plant Order
|Lizard's Tail (Right) |
I don't think this shallow water plant could have possibly arrived in any better shape!
Arrow Arum (Below)
Looking pretty good!
Chameleon Plant (Left)
Very colorful! There are a few mushy leaves to remove from the bottom but looking really healthy.
|Royal Pickerel (Left and Below)|
On this tall boy, some of the stems got broken in shipment - sometimes that happens!
Never the less, it is a very healthy plant and is showing signs of new growth - see below.
|Oxygenator Reef (Left)|
Okay so this isn't a shallow water plant, but I had to put this photo somewhere!
Oxygenator reefs like this Italian Vallisneria are fully rooted in fiber mat material forming a reef like module that is weighted with lead bands.
I'm not sure it shows up well in photo but Cheryl is trying to hold the Italian Vallisneria in such a way that you can see the module.
NEXT > 2b: See how the Water Lilies fared!