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Cladophora aegagropilahas been added to your shopping cart
Mosballs, also known as Marimo are dark greens balls made up of Cladoflora Aegagropila. Very decorative in any aquarium and shrimps love to clean them.
Anubias Barterihas been added to your shopping cart
Anubias barteri var. barteri, named after the plant collector Charles Barter, is a very common, popular aquarium plant, mostly due to its uncomplicatedness.In its natural habitat this plant grows on and in more or less shady, rapid-flowing rivers and rivu
Aquaflora Driftwoodhas been added to your shopping cart
Driftwood makes for an excellent natural piece of decor for aquariums or terrariums both. Driftwood is notable for its handsome dark color and a natural ability to sink to the bottom of water reservoirs without the risk of scratching the glass of your aqu
Hygrophila 'Pantanal Wavy'has been added to your shopping cart
A new plant to the planted aquarium world. Hygrophila Pantanal Wavy is a stunning one too. Similar to Hygrophila Polysperma with long internodes, forming an overall more wavy appearance.
Egeria Densahas been added to your shopping cart
The cosmopolitan Egeria densa is a good plant for beginners, and its rapid growth helps create a balance in the aquarium from the start. Stems grows fast to 40-100 cm and becomes 2-4 cm wide. Egeria helps preventing algae because it absorbs a great number
Nomaphila siamensishas been added to your shopping cart
Dwarf Hygrophila is a robust aquatic plant that is perfect for beginners trying to grow stem plants for the first time. It is popular and widely available due to its beauty and easy care. This plant can thrive in a wide variety of freshwater aquariums as
Limnobium laevigatumhas been added to your shopping cart
South-American frogbit is a popular floating plant for aquaria that is rather undemanding and grows fast. Its round smooth leaves are attractive in open tanks, the long roots bring a very natural, primeval feel to the aquarium. Limnobium laevigatum is esp
Anubias Pangolinohas been added to your shopping cart
This attractive Dwarf Anubias selection is produced by the nursery Aquaflora (Netherlands) with the label 'Pangolino', however it differs from the original 'Pangolino that has smaller, narrower leaves. Therefore we call the plant 'Aquaflora's Pangolino'.
Pogostemon stellatus 'Octopus'has been added to your shopping cart
Pogostemon Quadrifolius is a very easy plant to grow requiring only low tech conditions. It is not picky about co2 or lighting. It will grow well as a background plant in larger aquariums. It is a great plant for a beginner.
Eleocharis Acicularishas been added to your shopping cart
The hairlike, thin and rather upright leaves of the submersed form are of a medium green and grow to a length of about 10 to 20 cm.
Pogostemon stellatus 'Rubra'has been added to your shopping cart
A relatively wide-leaved well-growing form of Pogostemon stellatus probably from northern Australia or New Guinea. It is easier to cultivate than the narrow-leaved "standard form" of P. stellatus.
Anubias Minihas been added to your shopping cart
This mini Anubias is new in trade and submerged only half the size of the already very small Anubias barteri var. nana 'Petite' and 'Bonsai'."Mini-Nana" has considerably smaller leaves than standard A. barteri var. nana or even the "Petite", however, it i
Hydrocotyle Tripartita 'Japan'has been added to your shopping cart
This small delicate water pennywort is especially popular with aquascapers from Asia, where it is known under different names, e.g. "Hydrocotyle maritima" and Hydrocotyle sp. "Japan".
Ceratopteris Thalictroideshas been added to your shopping cart
Ceratopteris thalictroides is a pantropical fern, 15-30 cm high and 10-20 cm wide. This plant normally grows fast, but the addition of CO2 may be necessary to promote growth.
Anubias Paxinghas been added to your shopping cart
A very decorative, still hardly known selection of the proven Dwarf Anubias. A. barteri var. nana 'Paxing' features sprading, low, horizontal growth habit and small, elliptic to broad-lanceolate, dark green, glossy leaves with acute tip. The leaf blades a
Anubias Gracilishas been added to your shopping cart
Anubias gracilis is a bigger Anubias species that occurs as a seasonally flooded plant along rainforest rivers of West Africa. With its triangular leaf blades and long, slender petioles it is an especially elegant Anubias species.
Anubias Nana 'Golden'has been added to your shopping cart
This small Anubias cultivar has young leaves with lemon yellow colour. The older leaves are light green. 'Golden Heart' is also sold under the cultivar name 'Gold'. It has the leaf shape and size of standard Anubias barteri var. nana.
Anubias Afzelihas been added to your shopping cart
Anubias afzelii originates from West Africa. It is a great aquarium plant because it is so strong and easy to grow. The upright and fairly long green leaves give it a graceful appearance and it makes a good addition to any aquarium, including planted disc