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Dwarf Sagittaria
(Sagittaria subulata)
Starting at $5.99
…Ribbon Wapato, is a great aquatic plant for those just beginning to keep live plants in their aquariums. This fast growing plant resembles grass and can grow above the water level. Its unstemmed leaves will grow to form dense clusters. It is an amphibious plant, and will grow either partially or…
Aquarium Plant Pack - Ultimate
(Miscellaneous species)
Starting at $69.99
Plant Pack comes with the following plants: Micro Sword or Dwarf Hairgrass, Anubias Nana or Anubias Barteri Round Leaf, ChainSword - Narrow Leaf, Banana Plant, Java Fern, Red Cryptocorne or Green Cryptocorne, Ludwigia - Broad, Rotala Indica, Ozelot Sword, Corkscrew Vallisneria, Wisteria - Potted,
Cryptocoryne
(Cryptocoryne wendtii)
Starting at $5.99
…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 back. Cryptocoryne propagate by growing multiple runners.Approximate Shipping Size: Potted. 4" to…
Anubias hastifolia
(Anubias hastifolia)
Starting at $6.99
…cuttings. To ensure optimal growth if planted in substrate, however, ensure the rhizome of divided plants is always above the substrate. Plants can also be grown emersed, which also makes them an ideal plant for paludariums or terrariums.Approximate Purchase Size: Potted 2" to 4" Bare Root 5" - 7"
Chameleon Plant
(Houttuynia cordata variegata)
Starting at $7.99
…to plan ahead and locate the plant in a contained or fixed area where unwanted spread can be restricted. For best growth, locate the Chameleon Plant in full sun to partial shade. For use in your water garden, plant in a one-gallon container and submerge the pot 2" below the pond water surface.…
Black Convict Cichlid
(Archocentrus nigrofasciatus)
Starting at $5.99
…Convict Cichlid requires a 30 gallon minimum tank, with a gravel bottom, rocks and plenty of hiding places among the rocks or some inverted pots. Floating plants are recommended as a form of cover. Because of their aggressive nature, Black Convict Cichlids should only be housed with other more…
Anubias barteri
(Anubias barteri)
Starting at $7.99
…best maintained with an alkalinity of 3 to 7 dKH. When planting the aquatic plant, take special care of the rhizome and the roots. A quality substrate fertilizer is necessary, and CO2 fertilization is also recommended. In order to keep these plants small, simply trim back the leaves near the rhizome…
Water Sprite
(Ceratopteris thalictroides)
Starting at $5.99
…makes a great starter plant for the aquarist new to plant keeping. Propagation is by adventitious plants from the tips of the leaves. Because of this, they are extremely easy to reproduce. The Water Sprite is a favorite snack for many species of snails. To protect the plant and to control snail…
Melon Sword
(Echinodorus osiris)
Starting at $5.99
…Melon Sword 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, scattered throughout the aquarium.Approximate Shipping Size: Potted. 5" to 8"
Radican Sword
(Echinodorus cordifolius)
Starting at $5.99
…using full spectrum (5000-7000K) bulbs. This plant propagates by adventitious plants on the peduncle, and occasionally, also by dropping seeds. For the most attractive landscape, plant the Radican Sword singly. They grow best in large, open aquariums. Approximate Shipping Size: Potted. 6" to 9"
Mopani Driftwood
(4868)
Starting at $4.99
…colors and striking shapes and textures are sure to be a focal point in any aquarium. Dense, natural driftwood is also an excellent way to anchor plants. Small 6" - 8", Medium 10" - 12", Large 16" - 18". Just as you would cure other natural structures (live rock, etc) before adding them to your…
Anubias nana
(Anubias nana)
Starting at $6.99
Anubias nana is a hardy plant that is an aquarium favorite among many hobbyists. This rosette plant may reach up to 8 inches in length and has beautiful dark green leaves in low, handsome clumps. They usually have diagonal lines running from the center vein to the leaf perimeter.Anubias nana has…
Red Mangrove Propagule
(Rhizophora mangle)
Starting at $9.99
…freezing temperatures. Be sure when planting that the leaves are out of the water. They can also be simply planted in a pot and used as a house plant. Just be sure to keep its soil moist and to provide it with plenty of fertilizer.The general care for these plants includes; wiping excess salt from…
Hygrophila
(Hygrophila corymbosa)
Starting at $2.19
…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' 2"…
Malaysian Driftwood
(4867)
Starting at $9.99
…inhabitants. Create the ideal daytime location for nocturnal catfish species. Also great for freshwater planted aquariums as an attachment site for Java Moss, Anubias, and other plants for a truly nature-inspired aquarium. Small 9" x 6-1/4", Medium 12" x 4", Medium/Large 10-3/4" x 7" and Large…
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