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Eleocharis Parvulahas been added to your shopping cart
A low-growing Eleocharis that forms runners close to the parent plant. It is prettiest planted in small bunches quite close to each other, which will gradually form a solid mass of plants. An ideal foreground plant, equally suited to large and small aquar
Eriocaulon Cinereumhas been added to your shopping cart
This small Eriocaulon species needs a nutrient-rich substrate, as it uses mainly its large root system for nutrient absorption. The roots may reach the triple length of the leaves in this species.
Cryptocoryne crispatulahas been added to your shopping cart
Cryptocoryne crispatula var. balansae is found in rivers and rivulets in southern Thailand, where this variety of C. crispatula forms dense, mostly submersed populations with bandlike leaves floating in the current.
Hygrophila 'Siamensis 53B'has been added to your shopping cart
Hygrophila 'Siamensis 53B' is a variant of Hygrophila corymbosa 'Siamensis'. This Hygrophila 'Siamensis 53B' forms an incredible amount of side shoots and becomes bushy relatively rapidly. Stems becomes 15-40 cm tall and 7-12 cm wide.
Pogostemon Erectushas been added to your shopping cart
Pogostemon erectus, a species from India, differs very much from the standard Pogostemon species in the aquarium hobby. This plant was erroneously imported as Rotala verticillaris, and later on correctly identified by means of its flowers.
Helanthium 'Vesuvius'has been added to your shopping cart
Helanthium bolivianum 'Vesuvius' is also known under the name Echinodorus 'Vesuvius'. It is the first cultivar from the group of runner-forming sword plants (Helanthium, formerly in the genus Echinodorus).
Didiplis Diandrahas been added to your shopping cart
Didiplis diandra (De Candolle) Wood, also known as Peplis diandra, originates from the east of the USA, where it can be found on the edges of ponds, lakes and on slow-flowing waterbodies.