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15 products
Myrio - Red
(Myriophyllum heterophyllum)
Starting at $3.19
…This plant has a beautiful red coloration, and is very delicate looking with its fine leaves. These plants will grow very rapidly in the aquarium, and are amphibious, meaning they can grow partially above the water. The Myriophyllum heterophyllum is a rapidly growing plant that is ideal for planting
Chilensis
(Sagittaria platyphylla)
Starting at $5.99
…grass-like plant. It is green in color, fast growing and can be placed in a variety of locations within the aquarium.Plant the Chilensis in bunches or singly in the mid-ground part of the aquarium to provide a variance of leaf styles within the aquarium. Trim any dead tips on these plants, to…
Hygrophila Angustifolia
(Hygrophila angustifolia)
Starting at $3.69
…an alkalinity of 3 to 8 dKH and a pH of 6.5-7.5. To propagate, plant cuttings that have been removed from the healthy mature plant. Simply remove any leaves from the bottom 1" to 2" of the stem, and new root growth will form from the last node on the stem.Approximate Purchase Size: Bunch 5" to 7"
Anacharis
(Egeria densa)
Starting at $2.89
…the aquarium water between 59°-82°F. Anacharis plants grow the best in water with an alkalinity of 3-8 dKH with a nuetral pH of 6.5-7.5. Propagate by removing cuttings from mature, healthy plants. The Anacharis looks best when planted in groups along the back and sides of the aquarium.Approximate…
Ludwigia Peruensis
(Ludwigia glandulosa)
Starting at $3.39
…spectrum (5000-7000K) light. The vibrancy of this plant depends greatly on the amount of light it receives. When poorly illuminated, the colors will fade.To propagate the Ludwigia Peruensis, simply cut branches or the top of the plant, and plant the stem into the substrate. Be sure to remove the…
Cabomba
(Cabomba caroliniana)
Starting at $2.79
…6.5-7.5 is ideal for proper growth. These plants do not tolerate frequent trimming and transplanting. Leaves dropping from the plant are usually a sign of poor water conditions or CO2 deficiency.Propagate the Cabomba by trimming branches from the main plant, and relocating them in another part of…
Seachem Flourish Glue Cyanoacrylate Adhesive
(4044)
Starting at $6.27
…& plants to aquarium driftwood without unsightly string*Use with bunch plants to keep the plants rooted in aquarium substrateAquascape planted aquariums with greater ease and precision. Seachem Flourish Glue Cyanoacrylate Adhesive provides an innovative new approach to securing live aquatics plants
Ludwigia Needle Leaf
(Ludwigia arcuata)
Starting at $3.19
…above the water's surface. Shortly thereafter, seeds will develop and drop to the substrate, where they will begin to grow into a new plant. The Ludwigia Needle Leaf benefits from regular additions of CO2, iron-rich fertilizers, and trace elements. Approximate Shipping Size: Bunch Plant 3" to 4"
Brightwell Aquatics Florin-K for Freshwater Aquariums
(4262)
Starting at $9.85
…nitrogen). The affinity that a given species of plant shows for potassium may be partially dependent upon that species tendency to flower and form complex root systems (both of these correspond to greater potassium requirements than in bunch plants or those that rarely flower, per unit mass).…
Hygrophila
(Hygrophila corymbosa)
Starting at $2.49
…of the stem, and plant into the gravel. In time, roots will form at the last node and will aid in keeping the plant in place.The Hygrophila plant benefits from regular additions of CO2, iron rich fertilizers, and trace elements.Approximate Purchase Size: Temple Bunch Plant. 3" to 5" Potted 'Kompact'…
Axelrodi Rainbow
(Melanotaenia herbertaxelrodi)
Starting at $17.99
…colored as their male counterparts will add beauty and diversity to your aquarium.The aquarium for a Melanotaenia herbertaxelrodi should have plants in bunches with open water in the middle of the aquarium. A dark colored gravel substrate may intensify the Axlerodi Rainbow's colors.An egg layer, the…
Rotala Nanjenshan
(Rotala nanjenshan)
Starting at $2.29
…strip the leaves about an inch off of the stem, and plant into the gravel. In time, roots will form at the last node and will aid in keeping the plant in place. This plant will benefit from regular additions of CO2, iron-rich fertilizers, and trace elements.Approximate Purchase Size: Bunch 5" to 7"
Cabomba (Dozen)
(Cabomba pulcherrima)
Starting at $19.99
…Cabomba plant. This plant helps oxygenate and clarify the pond water as well as to minimize algae growth. Cabomba plants provide much needed shade and protection to your pond fish, as well as providing a spawning material. Can spread 12-24". You can expect to receive 1 Dozen bunches with each bunch
Wisteria
(Hygrophila difformis)
Starting at $5.99
…Note: As its scientific name suggests (Hygrophila difformis) the shape and form of Wisteria's leaves differ greatly depending on light and aquarium conditions. When your plant order arrives, it will appear different than its mature form.Approximate Shipping Size: Potted 5" to 7" Bunch 7 " to 8"
Anacharis (Dozen)
(Egeria densa)
Starting at $19.99
Anacharis, also known as Brazilian Waterweed, is an ideal pond plant for beginners. Beautiful light to bright green fern-like leaves, with branching stems covered in bunches of linear, whorled leaves help oxygenate and clarify the water and reduce algae growth. The Anacharis anchors itself in the…
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