It grows in with the fish.
She quickly discovered that the plant thrived in what seemed an odd environment. Our photographs show it six years later, with a curving 20-foot trunk and 2-foot leaves, coexisting contentedly with goldfish and a catfish.
Try this yourself only if your fish tank has a device that adds oxygen bubbles to the water. The Wicks' bubbler apparently meets the roots' oxygen needs; the plant probably would die without the oxygen, just as if it were overwatered.
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|Date:||Nov 1, 1984|
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