There are several variations of cultivation cryptocoryne with leaf litter free of beech. 
beech tree – free!
additions here. Two containers are used. 
mainly container made drainage holes around the perimeter. is laid on the bottom a small amount of clay.
this is the second – the receiving container. its meaning – the possibility of irrigation, the main container by pouring fresh water, in the case of acidification of soil, without disturbing the root system of plants.this design the most adequate mechanism repeats the circulation of water in the biotope. 
since the system of cultivation in one container tightly sealed here – originally implemented free access to input and output through irrigation.
the presence of clay in the composition of the ground – additional follow the nature of things in the biotope. 
litter – clay – stones.
it’s the main batteries cryptocoryne in their natural habitat.
on the walls of the container eventually become visible traces of iron oxide. this is a good sign. the mechanism of redox reactions. Plants need iron – is fully satisfied. 
in the case of clay leaching main container, it is possible to add a bit to the receiving container clay. 
 receiving container – acts as a mechanical amplifier design, if you need to store multiple containers with crypts in two, three floors.
during cultivation on the windowsill – additional container can act as a thermal insulator in the winter. 
the container with a special landing. 
here – all of that when it was small pieces of Cryptocoryne unidentified stolons, roots, ovaries, divorced after transplants manipulation on the plantation, acquisitions and so on. when the plants appear and grow stronger, they can be transplanted into individual containers and carry identification. 
and while this is an ordinary kindergarten.
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the provision of containers when draining water. 
last fall – there was nothing to see, only litter, over the stolon. 
Now – this is not a boring garden.
replacement of water is finished, close the lid and on the window sill.