To answer your question, you can do it a couple of ways. One way is to use plastic mesh from a hobby store and gently place the stems individually through the slots. Space them about two inches apart. Cover the mesh with substrate or use some small rocks to hold it down. Another method is to take a plastic cover (type used to store food like a pie cover) and drill holes in it. If you only want a couple of plants rooted, cut the bottom out of a couple of large plastic cups, punch a hole in the middle, stick the plant in and hold it on the pond's bottom with a rock.Just received a bunch or these plants and want to anchor them to the bottom of the pond.
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