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Red Gracilaria Feeding Algae, Aquacultured
(Gracilaria sp.)
Starting at $9.99
…for all herbivorous fish. This live food will provide the proper nutrition for many species of plant eating marine fish. Your tangs and angels will go crazy over this algae. This feeding algae is in small 1-4" pieces that may be placed directly in the aquarium fed in a similar fashion to flake…
Ludwigia Peruensis
(Ludwigia glandulosa)
Starting at $3.39
…Ludwigia Peruensis makes a good mid-ground plant in the average aquarium, or even placed as a background in the smaller aquarium. They require a high light intensity of 3 to 5 watts per gallon of full spectrum (5000-7000K) light. The vibrancy of this plant depends greatly on the amount of light it…
Yup! Planted Whimsy Orange Red Hornwort Plant
(5562)
Starting at $7.99
…and rinse plant in warm water. Place plant in the aquarium, sinking the base of the plant into the gravel.Planting Tip:To create visual depth in the aquarium, place taller plants in the back of the tank and shorter plants in the front. Mix styles and colors of plants to create an aquarium unlike any…
ChainSword - Narrow Leaf
(Echinodorus tenellus)
Starting at $5.99
…mature, healthy plants can best propagate the Chain Sword - Narrow Leaf. When the "baby" is approximately half the size of the "parent," cut the roots apart so they may grow separate from one another. They may occasionally produce seeds that can be used to cultivate new plants, and can also produce…
Variegated Japanese Dwarf Rush
(Acorus variegatus)
Starting at $5.99
…used in terrariums and aquariums as long as it is not fully submersed.The Variegated Japanese Dwarf Rush is a great plant for the first-time live aquatic plant keeper. It is a slow growing, hardy plant that may be kept in cold water aquariums as well as tropical aquariums. It will also tolerate…
Ludwigia Needle Leaf
(Ludwigia arcuata)
Starting at $3.19
…Ludwigia Needle Leaf makes a good mid-ground plant in the average aquarium, or even placed as a background in the smaller aquarium. They require a high light intensity of 3 to 5 watts per gallon of full spectrum (5000-7000K) light. The vibrancy of this plant depends greatly on the amount of light it…
Brazilian Sword
(Spathiphyllum tasson)
Starting at $5.99
…It is not a true aquatic plant but will do extremely well in your terrarium. Provide at least 3 watts per gallon of full spectrum light (5000-7000K).This plant will add interest to any terrarium. Young plants may be obtained by cutting the rhizome. To keep this plant from overgrowing the terrarium,…
Oriental Sword
(Echinodorus 'Oriental')
Starting at $5.29
…Oriental propagates most often by side shoots coming off the rhizome. They have also been observed with adventitious plants on the peduncle. For the most eye-catching display in the aquarium, plant them singly wherever a pop of color is desired.Approximate Purchase Size: Bare Root 9" to 12"
Cardinal Plant
(Lobelia cardinalis "Dwarf")
Starting at $3.99
…Cardinal Plant favored in Dutch-style freshwater planted aquariums! Native to the eastern and central United States, Lobelia cardinalis, also known as "Cardinal Flower," is commonly found growing emergent along streams, ponds, and waterways. Kept in its submersed state in the home aquarium, its…
Spiralis
(Cryptocoryne spiralis)
Starting at $2.29
…results, use Spiralis as a solitary plant. They may also be planted in groups with good results. If planted in thick groups, all variations will grow taller and narrower. When planting in this fashion, place the smaller types in the foreground of the aquarium, with the larger ones in the center and…
Cryptocoryne
(Cryptocoryne wendtii)
Starting at $5.99
…results, use Cryptocoryne as a solitary plant. They may also be planted in groups with good results. If planted in thick groups, all variations will grow taller and narrower. When planting in this fashion, place the smaller types in the foreground of the aquarium, with the larger ones in the center…
Moneywort
(Bacopa monnieri)
Starting at $5.99
…to herbalists, is an excellent plant for aquarists who are new to keeping live plants. The leaves are elliptic and grow alternately along the stem. They are bright green, almost lime colored when hit by the light, and make an attractive addition to any aquarium. They are amphibious and will grow…
Hygrophila Angustifolia
(Hygrophila angustifolia)
Starting at $3.69
…known as the Willow Hygro, is an undemanding, extremely attractive aquarium plant. It has large stems with narrow leaves that sway in the current like a weeping willow tree. Hygrophila angustifolia grows fast and helps keep aquarium water clean by removing nitrates, making it an ideal choice for the…
Rotala Nanjenshan
(Rotala nanjenshan)
Starting at $3.39
…an ideal mid-ground plant that will add color to the freshwater planted aquarium. Because of the small leaf size, it will grow rather densely, and may need to be thinned out in time. The Rotala Nanjenshan is a relatively fragile plant that should not be included in an aquarium with overly active…
Yup! Planted Whimsy Green/Red Micro Ludwigia Plant
(5565)
Starting at $7.99
…and rinse plant in warm water. Place plant in the aquarium, sinking the base of the plant into the gravel. Planting Tip:To create visual depth in the aquarium, place taller plants in the back of the tank and shorter plants in the front. Mix styles and colors of plants to create an aquarium unlike…
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