9 Aquarium plants that can be grown successfully in sand substrates

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Limnophila sessiliflora is bushy and green, and its greater size makes it ideal for the tank's background.

Dwarf ambulia – Limnophila sessiliflora

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Swampweeds, Hygrophila genus water wisteria, are aquatic plants. This lush plant is easy to care for and gorgeous. This plant is one of the best for beginners in tanks.

Water Wisteria – Hygrophilia difformis

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Cardamine Lyrata is a resilient, adaptable, and fun-to-look-at plant that serves a role in your tank. Unique-looking round freshwater plants can be tasty snacks for lesser aquatic inhabitants.

Cardamine lyrata

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Hygrophila corymbosa—starhorn, temple plant, and huge hygro—has many names. It requires regular liquid fertilizer in the water yet is easy to care for and beginner-friendly.

Hygrophila corymbosa

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With a hip name and vivid green leaves, this slower-growing plant is easy to care for, popular, and would make a great aquascape background.

Amazon swords – Echinodorus grisebachii

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The Banana Plant is named correctly. This plant is one of my favorites on this list because it's pretty and easy to care for.

Banana plant – Nymphoides Aquatica

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Vallisneria is hardy and can tolerate several temperatures, substrates, and lighting conditions. Due to their moderate growth, they won't overtake your aquarium.

Vallisneria spp.

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Bacopa caroliniana, another tough plant found in wetlands, marshes, ponds, and lakes, may survive in any fish tank condition.

Bacopa caroliniana

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The fluffy Southern North and Central America has myrio plant. This weak-looking plant can survive in an aquarium. The Myrio is another fast-growing, fertiliser-free plant.

Red or Green Myrio – Myriophyllum heterophyllum or M. pinnatum

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