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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…
Aquatic Life Pack - 26 Gallon Freshwater Plant
(Miscellaneous species)
Starting at $99.99
…- 26 Gallon Freshwater Plant. This attractive ensemble of easy-to-care for aquarium plant specimens instantly adds lush greenery full of exciting colors and diverse shapes to your aquarium landscape. This thoughtful selection of live plants is ideally suited for novice planted aquarium hobbyists…
Rotala Nanjenshan
(Rotala nanjenshan)
Starting at $2.29
Rotala Nanjenshan is 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…
Ludwigia Needle Leaf
(Ludwigia arcuata)
Starting at $3.19
…full 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 arcuata, simply cut branches or the top of the plant, and plant the stem into the substrate. Be sure to remove the…
Cardinal Plant
(Lobelia cardinalis "Dwarf")
Starting at $5.99
Add an easy-to-grow 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…
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"
Electric Blue Jack Dempsey
(Nandopsis octofasciatum)
Starting at $34.99
…fine sand bottom. There should be rocks and roots for them to hide among. The plants should be hardy as the Jack Dempsey will burrow around and attack them. The aquarium should be divided into territories using hardy plants, if possible. They are territorial and will eat smaller fish that they can…
Vesicularia ferriei 'Weeping' - Tropica® 1-2-Grow!
(Vesicularia ferriei)
Starting at $44.99
…drape like a living curtain.Tropica 1 2 Grow! laboratory-cultivated plants are ideally suited for planted aquarium hobbyists of all skill levels interested in setting up an exquisite planted aquarium with delicate fish or a lush landscape in miniature showcasing ornamental freshwater shrimp.Smartly…
Sagittaria subulata - Tropica® 1-2-Grow!
(Sagittaria subulata)
Starting at $44.99
plant from cup, divide and plant accordingly to your aquascape design, and then watch it grow!Sagittaria subulata also known as Dwarf Sagittaria, Hudson Sagittaria and Ribbon Wapato, is a great aquatic plant for those just beginning to keep live plants in their aquariums. This fast growing plant
Mandarin Shrimp
(Neocaridina sp.)
Starting at $7.99
…shrimp, it prefers an established freshwater aquarium of at least 10 gallons with plenty of hiding places, sufficient amounts of algae on which to feed and a mature substrate. Good filtration and high water quality are ideal. The Mandarin Shrimp thrives in planted aquariums where food and shelter…
Red Flame
(Echinodorus red flame)
Starting at $6.99
…Red Flame is a relatively easy plant to maintain, but grows rather large in the aquarium. Use this plant as a background in the smaller aquarium, and as a mid-ground focal point in the larger aquarium. Do not allow the leaves of this plant to shade neighboring plants. It requires a moderate level of…
(Cryptocoryne spiralis)
Starting at $3.19
…known as Cryptocoryne spiralis, adds both height and visual drama to freshwater planted aquariums. Considered the most "primitive" of Crypocorynes and distinguished by a septum closing the kettle, Spiralis is a common plant found in India's rice fields. Tall, slender, ruffled leaves sway gracefully…
Anubias Congensis
(Anubias afzelii)
Starting at $6.99
plants alone, which makes them great additions to any freshwater system, especially cichlid and goldfish aquariums. Propagation is relative easy with cuttings. To ensure optimal growth if planted in substrate, however, make certain the rhizome of divided plants is always above the substrate. Plants
Tire Track Eel
(Mastacembelus armatus)
Starting at $16.39
…true eels. They are elongated tropical freshwater fish that have numerous spines preceding the dorsal fin.A larger aquarium with a soft substrate is necessary for this fish. The Tire Track Eel will dig in the substrate and bury itself; this may uproot plants and rearrange decorations. Two teaspoons…
Hygrophila Angustifolia
(Hygrophila angustifolia)
Starting at $3.69
…thrive, the water should be kept between 74°-82°F, with 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…