The prominent Java greenery is both adaptable and simple to keep. In nature, it exists both submerged and on the banks of streams and waterways.
Not at all like most aquarium plants, Java plant doesn't value being planted in the substrate at all and will grow very slowly when the roots are covered. It really assimilates most supplements through the leaves and uses its roots to attach to a surface. This implies you can attach it to driftwood or permeable rocks like basalt utilizing some thread or fishing wire.