I get this question quite often, what are the easy to care plants...especially for low tech tanks
For beginner, i would always recommend at least 1- 2 watts of lights per gallon (wpg). Try not to keep RED plants in low tech tanks,LOL however, some brownish red plants are generally OK
Fertilizer regime is pretty standard for low tech plants...follow the instructions...LOL don't put too much of fert as you may cause algae and waste you precious Money
Never plant their rhizome( large root/main root) in sand/soil. prone to Green Spot Algae due to their SLOW growth. but they are one of the most popular plant
Anubias barteri 'marble'
Narrow leaf nana
Petite nana aka Mini nana
Ferns are easy to care plants, general notes: NEVER bury its roots in substrate
Windelov fern/ Malaysia fern
Philippine Java Fern
African Water Fern - Bolbitis heudelotii
They are easy to grow, with ample lights, they will survive very well, best if tie on DW or rocks
Pelia aka German Seaweed aka Subwassertang
Generally all types of Moss are easy, tie them strand by strand to maximize grow and to eliminate areas which might not receive lights. Note to trim them often or the inner part may become brown and die off
Prefer to plant then with soil aquarium soil or at least a sand based substrate
Downoi ( needs high GH)
Pygmy chain sword;- E-tennelus
The list here are fairly easy stem plants, my favourite are Hygrophila Polysperma and hornworts
Hygrophila polysperma 'Rosanervig'
Below is the common website i use to search for plants requirement before i buy them off shelf
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