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I've been seriously neglecting my tanks lately and finally got it done. My poor plants near the top 1/3rd of the tank really suffered though when I let the water level drop.

I have a bunch of fern mounted to driftwood. I'm hoping there is some way to coax it to sprout new leaves along the length of rhizome but I'm not really holding my breath about it... (I know that normally they sprout leaves as they grow sideways).

If not, any suggestions for plants near the top of a piece of driftwood in a 10 gal tank? It has about 3" of water before hitting the surface of the water and then another 2" before it hits the lights. Something short and subtle may be better aesthetically though (I've never had luck getting moss to adhere to driftwood unfortunately).
 

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thank you!! The hygro pinnatifida you mentioned is BEAUTIFUL! I might just look for some of that instead of trying to coax my javas back to life (as it turns out though, they started sprouting again between the time I posted and now :) )
 
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