Good Beginner Low Light Plants | Beginner’s Primer to Planted Tanks | Part 3

Links to Plant Profiles Below. In part 3 of the Beginner's Primer to Planted Tanks, we talk about some easy low light plants you can start growing as a beginner in a low light environment. Join the Water Box FB Community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/thewaterbox/ =========================================== PLACES I BUY PLANTS FROM: Local: Mark's Tropical Fish http://markstropicalfish.com/ Local: Rainbow Fish http://rainbowaquariumandpond.com/ Website: Dustin's Fish Tanks http://dustinsfishtanks.com/ Website: Jacob's Aquariums http://jacobsaquarium.com/ Website: Aquarium Co-op http://aquariumcoop.com/ Ebay Seller: Green Habitat http://stores.ebay.com/plantsfactory/ =========================================== WEBSITE FOR PLANT RESEARCH: http://tropica.com/ =========================================== PLANT PROFILES Java Moss: https://goo.gl/VXYwmP Water Wisteria: https://goo.gl/hzb5qZ staurogyne repens: https://goo.gl/5HmXHz Java Fern: https://goo.gl/RRkUrt Anubias: https://goo.gl/XDbisx Cryptocorynes: https://goo.gl/3D3Zxu Lobelia Cardinalis: https://goo.gl/MzNOfN Amazon Swords: https://goo.gl/ByK4Oc Jungle Vals: https://goo.gl/x8NrzO Anacharis: https://goo.gl/1YvDzw Bacopa: https://goo.gl/DSDjZw Amazon Frogbit: https://goo.gl/Ic9oBc Water Lettuce: https://goo.gl/RwU9Hm Duckweed: https://goo.gl/XVrjsB Buy Water Box Shirts! https://teespring.com/stores/the-water-box =========================================== Follow me: Website: http://thewaterboxaqua.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewaterbox/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWaterBoxAqua/ Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/thewaterboxaqua/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewaterboxaqua/ =========================================== For all thing aquarium related! Covering fish keeping, planted tanks to even marine and salt water reef and coral tanks!

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Links to Plant Profiles Below. In part 3 of the Beginner's Primer to Planted Tanks, we talk about some easy low light plants you can start growing as a beginner in a low light environment. Join the Water Box FB Community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/thewaterbox/ =========================================== PLACES I BUY PLANTS FROM: Local: Mark's Tropical Fish http://markstropicalfish.com/ Local: Rainbow Fish http://rainbowaquariumandpond.com/ Website: Dustin's Fish Tanks http://dustinsfishtanks.com/ Website: Jacob's Aquariums http://jacobsaquarium.com/ Website: Aquarium Co-op http://aquariumcoop.com/ Ebay Seller: Green Habitat http://stores.ebay.com/plantsfactory/ =========================================== WEBSITE FOR PLANT RESEARCH: http://tropica.com/ =========================================== PLANT PROFILES Java Moss: https://goo.gl/VXYwmP Water Wisteria: https://goo.gl/hzb5qZ staurogyne repens: https://goo.gl/5HmXHz Java Fern: https://goo.gl/RRkUrt Anubias: https://goo.gl/XDbisx Cryptocorynes: https://goo.gl/3D3Zxu Lobelia Cardinalis: https://goo.gl/MzNOfN Amazon Swords: https://goo.gl/ByK4Oc Jungle Vals: https://goo.gl/x8NrzO Anacharis: https://goo.gl/1YvDzw Bacopa: https://goo.gl/DSDjZw Amazon Frogbit: https://goo.gl/Ic9oBc Water Lettuce: https://goo.gl/RwU9Hm Duckweed: https://goo.gl/XVrjsB Buy Water Box Shirts! https://teespring.com/stores/the-water-box =========================================== Follow me: Website: http://thewaterboxaqua.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewaterbox/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWaterBoxAqua/ Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/thewaterboxaqua/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewaterboxaqua/ =========================================== For all thing aquarium related! Covering fish keeping, planted tanks to even marine and salt water reef and coral tanks!

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metallurgicarborist
metallurgicarborist - 6 years ago
“It’s like tribbles.”
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
;)
Who said Aqua?
Who said Aqua? - 6 years ago
Subbed!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Thanks for watching! :)
Vishal Suresh
Vishal Suresh - 6 years ago
Amazing video :)
Can java fern just be placed on the substrate instead of being tied to stuff ? Thanks
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
You can try but just don't bury the rhizome or it'll rot.
Dimas Adi Andrea
Dimas Adi Andrea - 6 years ago
Is that plant can grow great without co2 injection and any fertilizer?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Which plant are you referring to?
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez - 6 years ago
Do i still need Co2 with these plants?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
No. These plants can do fine without CO2
Phil Cuore
Phil Cuore - 6 years ago
this is by far the easiest to read and to understand TUTORIAL on Basic Planted tank, dude, you are AWESOME ! your description with picture is sure GREAT for NOOBS and it sure HELPFULL ... keep it up ! im subscribing for sure !
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Thanks Buddy!
Joe Amazon
Joe Amazon - 6 years ago
Is that how your pronounce Staurogyne Repens?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
That's how I pronounce it! LOL Don't ask if that's the right way though. I suck at pronunciation.
Sector 001
Sector 001 - 6 years ago
Informative vid. Thanks for posting!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Hey, thanks for watching!
neverdown222
neverdown222 - 6 years ago
Great info and production.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Thank you!

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Luis Nieves
Luis Nieves - 6 years ago
nice, informative video. thanks man! gained 1 more sub
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Thanks for watching!
Tyler Pickersgill
Tyler Pickersgill - 6 years ago
The problem with YouTube to many people showing there shit. I'm more interested in learning. Great channel
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Thanks!
Allan O'Donnell
Allan O'Donnell - 6 years ago
hi, great to the point video! I'm planting up a tank in the coming days, and like the plants in the tank behind you, the middle brown plant , is that a crypt wendtii brown? looks perfect for what I want to do, next to it, would that be a wendtii green? lastly, the plant in the substrate on the right, is that dwarf sag? thanks for your time!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Allan O'Donnell sound like a plan!
Allan O'Donnell
Allan O'Donnell - 6 years ago
The Water Box Hi, I just got some dwarf sag and some Eleocharis acicularis 'Mini'. I'm going to use the eleocharis in a propagator and grow it on. I'll do the same with the dwarf sag and get a lot of it grown. I am after a dense carpet. that gives me time to decide which of the following crypts I'm getting: a "Mi Oya" crypt, "flamingo" , wendtii brown, undulatus red.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Oh hey! You can try Mirco Swords as carpet for low light tanks! :) Forgot about em. Just keep it trim and it should look good.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
I don't know how much lighing you are goign to use but you can TRY monte carlo if you gots about low-nedium lighting. Not sure if it will do well under that kinda of condition though.
Allan O'Donnell
Allan O'Donnell - 6 years ago
The Water Box OK great thanks for the info, I'll be doing a dennerle bio co2 system which is cheap and I can leave it without killing anything .Is there any other low tech carpet plant that doesn't get big?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
The background is Rotalia Indica which really is close to rotundi. At the time I made this video, I was using the EI dosing method at the low tech dosage. I have since stopped dosing and it's still doing great but then again, it's all low tech easy plants. Co2, I used a passive system. The Fluval 20g set which is only like $20. If you go with it, make sure you just buy the threaded cartridges used for bike tire inflating. as refills Much much cheaper. Dwarf Sag only becomes thick and BIG (and grows incredibly fast) if you have major Co2 AND rich nutrient substrate/dosing going on. Woth out both in a low tech tank is does GREAT as a "carpet". It gets long for a "carpet" plant but you can trim it down.
Allan O'Donnell
Allan O'Donnell - 6 years ago
The Water Box thanks for replying I've been trying to accurately identify the wendtii brown, it looks great in contrast. Is the stem in the background rotala rotundi? We're you using co2 in that tank and what ferts did you use if any? I'm a dedicated shrimp keeper but now preparing a low tech planted tank and have earmarked crypts, ludwigia red, and dwarf sag as a carpet plant. Does dwarf sag become quite thick? I meant to add, is the brown wendtii same as bronze?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Hey ya! Yeh, middle brown is crypt wendtii brown. Next to it is a compacta sword. Behind it is java ferns (common) and correct, dwarf sag on the front. Behind the dwarf sag that you can't really see is Blyxa Japonica.
Erina
Erina - 6 years ago
Can you tie/glue plants to fake driftwood and decor?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 6 years ago
Yes IF the plants have rizones like Java Ferns and anubius
Chai LC
Chai LC - 7 years ago
Greetings from Malaysia. Thank you for your very informative video!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Greetings! Thanks for watching!
El Dal-Cl
El Dal-Cl - 7 years ago
Valisneria exudes a phytotoxin to duckweed. If you want to kill off your duckweed just get a few Val plants.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Oh nice tip!
Debbie In Manchester
Debbie In Manchester - 7 years ago
i only had real plants once i just bought them put them in tank 3 days later my poor parrot fish was sharing there tank with lots of snails i just threw the plants out and cleaned the tank can you tell me what to do to prepare real plant before they go in tank
is the bleach method good or bad thank you
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Bleach method works great, you just have to make sure you do it right as to not kill the plants. I don't have a video on it but you can do a search on youtube as there are a few videos others have done.
Daniel Hinton
Daniel Hinton - 7 years ago
really great info.i am sure it will help me alot.thanks.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
I hope it does!
musicalmarion
musicalmarion - 7 years ago
Very informative video thank you, despite the distracting Reggae over-music!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
lol sorry
MR Oz
MR Oz - 7 years ago
Good videos. Thank you for making this and sharing, sub'd and looking forward to watching more!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks for subbing!

20. comment for Good Beginner Low Light Plants | Beginner’s Primer to Planted Tanks | Part 3

My tank life
My tank life - 7 years ago
You are one among few two to three channel where I got hell lot of information !! MAke more videos buddy!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks man! I'll try and get back into it soon!
Akvaryum Rehberi
Akvaryum Rehberi - 7 years ago
Great video, i hope you add more videos.
Best easy plant video i have ever watched. Thank you.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thank you! I will try and get back into it!
Ben B. Seattle
Ben B. Seattle - 7 years ago
nice video, what editing program do you use?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Adobe Premier and After Effects
WoundrousMindTrick
WoundrousMindTrick - 7 years ago
Love the tribbles reference! Fellow Stark Trek nerd here!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
HAHA! Right on!
WoundrousMindTrick
WoundrousMindTrick - 7 years ago
S Repens is a bit more finicky in different low tech tanks from my experience. At least the ones I tried from Tropica. Definitely not as easy as dwarf sag.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
They do definitely grow differently.
Cranium Rex
Cranium Rex - 7 years ago
Another comprehensive video, well-edited and full of great information. No rambling, no BS, 8:43 minutes of planted tank goodness. I never thought of trimming a taller plant to look like carpet but duh me, that is what a lawn is.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Haha, yeh, I miss that for a while there too. Trim the talls to just grow short. ;) I'm glad the video helped! Thanks for watching!
Teo Andy
Teo Andy - 7 years ago
those plant need what kind of temperature?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
in this tank between 76-78f
A Bored Couple
A Bored Couple - 7 years ago
This should literally be the #1 channel for the hobby! amazing editing and overall video! very professional! just subscribed
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks for watching and subbing!
Allison Pets
Allison Pets - 7 years ago
You deserve more subs! No sugar coating, just helpful info and straight to the point! excellent!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
I try! Thanks for watching
Vaibhav Patel
Vaibhav Patel - 7 years ago
how musch watt would be necessary for amazon sword, bacops, anubus, java moss, jungal val
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Wattage per gallon is an old system of measuring light and not an accurate way of doing it. You have to start looking at PAR ratings.

30. comment for Good Beginner Low Light Plants | Beginner’s Primer to Planted Tanks | Part 3

verag21
verag21 - 7 years ago
Great informative video!!! I hit that subscribe button because I feel like I can learn a lot from your channel.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks! I hope you continue to watch!
creativeaquatics bykyle
creativeaquatics bykyle - 7 years ago
man great video!!! your getting busy drooping the knowledge !, its so awesome to see some one properly educate the public on where and how to get good aquarium plants! i have seen planaria in some of the petcos near me . XD. none of the from Dustin or Jacob!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Meh, I've neve rbought plants from petco/smart because very time I go, it's all yuck. Either that you have the emmerce grown stuff in-vitro.
Loi Yong Sheng
Loi Yong Sheng - 7 years ago
I can't find java moss here in Malaysia lol
Loi Yong Sheng
Loi Yong Sheng - 7 years ago
The Water Box No,there aren't any on my lfs
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
I'm sorry! They should be there in Malaysia!
Loi Yong Sheng
Loi Yong Sheng - 7 years ago
I'm growing hornworts for my guppies,wish me luck
Loi Yong Sheng
Loi Yong Sheng - 7 years ago
The Water Box what an awesome dude
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Good luck!
COOPER'S CICHILDS
COOPER'S CICHILDS - 7 years ago
Nice video
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thank you.
PsychedelicBabe
PsychedelicBabe - 7 years ago
Yeah Dustin always has some really cool deals on his plants
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Yeh, he's the bomb!
Xavier Cherry
Xavier Cherry - 7 years ago
Ludwigia?!?! U forgot about that
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Yeh there was a few plants I cut out of the video as when I looked it up it was listed as moderate lighting. I know the Ludwigia I had plan and recorded was listed as moderate lighting (my low tech 10g is moderate/low and my Rotala grow nice. Slow, but nice). I just left them out because I want to just cover the really good low light stuff.
Xavier Cherry
Xavier Cherry - 7 years ago
The Water Box or repens. At least that's what I think. I have ludwigia repens and it grows pretty steady for me under an led task light. Its about medium light/moderate light now that I'm looking at my tank
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Rotala? I had that on the list but it got cut as everywhere kept listing it as moderate lighting
George Calderon
George Calderon - 7 years ago
Thank you so much it will help me a lot
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
I'm glad it helped! Happy planting!
Captain Savage Aquatics
Captain Savage Aquatics - 7 years ago
Great video! Very informative! Quick question on crazy glue gel. How long does it take to dry before you can place it in the tank! E.G. annubius on driftwood! Just curious! I've been hesitating using it for my annubius/java fern for the driftwood I have.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Depends but if the surface or rhizome is a little wet the glue will cure faster (moisture is cause a reaction to the Cyanoacrylate). For me with some moisture on the surface or plant, it take like 5 to 10 seconds but it should take no more than like 30 seconds really. It's fast and easy. It may turn whitish for a week or so where the glue hardens but it should go away over a few weeks.
Ross's Tech & More
Ross's Tech & More - 7 years ago
good video
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thank you my friend!
DebTim A CANADIAN Girl
DebTim A CANADIAN Girl - 7 years ago
Excellent Videos Chung.. I learn so much from you.. x
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
DebTim A CANADIAN Girl yay!
TheLoachGuy
TheLoachGuy - 7 years ago
I too am about teh Anubias.. Barteri, specifically.
WoundrousMindTrick
WoundrousMindTrick - 7 years ago
I love the Barteri nana and nana petite!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Yeh a classic indeed. They look really good if they are clustered.
benzjamin13
benzjamin13 - 7 years ago
Which LFS do you go to?
benzjamin13
benzjamin13 - 7 years ago
I joined that group awhile ago, but don't frequent the site as much anymore.  I'm usually on Monsterfishkeepers.com
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Oh nice! Are you from SCAPE?
benzjamin13
benzjamin13 - 7 years ago
Nice!  Rainbow is my Go-To spot.  Always seems to have something different and can't beat those prices.  I work within a mile from Nature Aquarium and I've been to Mark's a few times.  Have you ever checked out Pet Center in Monterey Park?  They have some good plant selections. 
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Mainly Mark's Fish Store and Rainbow Aquariums. Those are close and that I tend to trust. If I need more rare stuff or ADA, I tend to head over the hill to Natures Aquariums. Or drive a little further to CK Fish World. But it's the traffic that slows me down or makes me not want to go that far, not the actual distance.
Marek Tustin
Marek Tustin - 7 years ago
Nice video, man.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks!
A_N TV
A_N TV - 7 years ago
great video!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks!
Deon 0026
Deon 0026 - 7 years ago
Anubias stole my heart now lol good looking out.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Haha. Anubias will eat your soul!
Deon 0026
Deon 0026 - 7 years ago
love the video top notch!
Also i love the carpet plants the best!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks Deon!
H2O Plants
H2O Plants - 7 years ago
You forgot to mention me
H2O Plants
H2O Plants - 7 years ago
The Water Box lol it's ok im just kidding :) and correct one stem is one stem of that particular plant. Ludwigia white is a super rare form of ludwigia that grows super slow. The going rate is around $15 per stem with that particular plant. I may lower it based on demand, I'm still waiting on mine to grow and be at a sellable size.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
I didn't mention you because I've never bought from you. I just find you out the other day.

Oh I was gonna ask. On your website, when I look at a plant, it says sold as 1 stem. So I'm paying $15 for a stem of Ludwigia White?
dbachelor's Planted Aquarium
dbachelor's Planted Aquarium - 7 years ago
Another informative video! Your plants looks amazing!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thank you buddy!
Dr. Death
Dr. Death - 7 years ago
How does this channel that is full of information only have 263 subs but other worthless aquarium channels have 100k..?
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks!
Dr. Death
Dr. Death - 7 years ago
+The Water Box I will put the word out. You need more subs for all the info you are dropping.
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
I just started the channel a couple months ago. :) thanks for watching though!

50. comment for Good Beginner Low Light Plants | Beginner’s Primer to Planted Tanks | Part 3

Racing's Natural Aquariums
Racing's Natural Aquariums - 7 years ago
Nice vid brother, I have most of what you mentioned. Duckweed omg I had it hitchhike in on a plants and boom. Was good as it have my fry places to hide as it covered my floating wisteria. Not sure if you caught it during Cory's feed last week where he found out that duckweed actually lowers the oxygen in a tank. I keep mine under control and use an airstone so not an issue for me. Kudos on another awesome vid!
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
Thanks bro! Yeh that shit can grow out of control.
Paul Chippington
Paul Chippington - 7 years ago
Great video, love these series for its not all complicated Co2 set ups.
Paul Chippington
Paul Chippington - 7 years ago
I will be here waiting for that alert
The Water Box
The Water Box - 7 years ago
That's coming in the future and that one is an 8 part series.

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