Hey guys, I ordered a betta and I have him in a 30g aquarium filled about 10-11 inches of water (gonna add some marbled hatchet fish too, but they're not here yet) so I can do semi terrestrial plants. Gonna hang a light over it. I already have some pothos hanging in there, and I ordered some mangroves, but I just bought a couple of umberalla palms and I don't see much info on them in aquariums, just planted around ponds, due to the size they get I guess. Am I right in assuming that 11 inches of water is a bit too deep (I read that 5-6 inches was optimum) and I should probably plant them up a little higher in ceramic pots? Or will it be ok to plant them in the eco complete substrate at the bottom? Plus I was wondering if anyone has luck growing them in aquariums.