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In Vitro Plants
Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini'has been added to your shopping cart
Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini' is an exquisite relatively new dwarf variant of the well-known Alternanthera reineckii.
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.
Cryptocoryne Parvahas been added to your shopping cart
Cryptocoryne parva is the smallest crypt, and one of the very few species whose leaf colour and form does not change significantly when the environment changes.
Cryptocoryne Petchii "Pink"has been added to your shopping cart
It is a variant of Cryptocoryne beckettii "petchii" (= C. petchii). Its slightly pinkish colour makes it a beautiful optical highlight.
Cryptocoryne x Willisiihas been added to your shopping cart
Cryptocoryne x willisii is a time-tested robust medium green relatively low-growing aquarium plant with a dense bushy to lawn-like growth habit.
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.
Echinodorus Tenellushas been added to your shopping cart
Small foreground plants for aquariums are in short supply, but Helanthium tenellum (= Echinodorus tenellus) is one of the best.
Eleocharis sp 'Minima'has been added to your shopping cart
Eleocharis sp. "minima" has very short, light green leaves of a length of usually under 5 cm, which makes it an ideal foreground plant that forms lawns very reliably.
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.
Glossostigma Elatinoideshas been added to your shopping cart
Glossostigma Elatinoides is a very popular plant for Japanese-style tanks. It is one of the smallest aquarium plants, which makes it ideal for the foreground. A difficult-to-care-for plant that needs a lot of light. If the lighting is too weak, it tends t
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).
Hemianthus callitrichoides "Cuba"has been added to your shopping cart
Hemianthus callitrichoides is one of the world's smallest aquarium plants. It was originally imported by Holger Windelov, who found it in a riverbed on Cuba, to the west of Havana. Its delicate stems with the tiny roundish to ovoid leaves have a creeping
Heteranthera zosterifoliahas been added to your shopping cart
Heteranthera zosterifolia from South America is an especially beautiful aquarium plant. It ramifies well, which results in dense bushy plant groups after only a short time. Under strong lights it grows fast and needs frequent trimming to ensure that the l
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".
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.
Hygrophila Pinnatifidahas been added to your shopping cart
Hygrophila pinnatifida from India grows unique lobed leaves with olive green, leathery brown to brownish-red upper side with a light yellow pattern in the aquarium. The underside is wine red.
Lilaeopsis brasiliensishas been added to your shopping cart
Lilaeopsis brasiliensis can grow very densely, but it only grows like a lawn under very intensive light. When planting, make small tufts and put them into the ground with a distance of only a few centimeters, as the plants form an uninterrupted lawn more
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
Marsilea Hirsutahas been added to your shopping cart
Marsilea hirsuta is a fascinating plant. It is often shipped with leaves that look like four-leaved clover. After an acclimation time its leaves change, though.
Micranthemum 'Monte Carlo'has been added to your shopping cart
A highly interesting and recommendable ground-covering plant. It was collected on a riverbank in the province Misiones in North Argentine by some Japanese, and it was named after the place where it was found: Micranthemum sp. "Montecarlo-3". This plant is
Micranthemum Micranthemoideshas been added to your shopping cart
Hemianthus micranthemoides from North America is a graceful plant whose small, arched leaves make it look like a miniature version of Egeria. It has a characteristic trailing growth in intensive light, so it can be used as a foreground plant (stems from 1
Rotala Wallichiihas been added to your shopping cart
A fine-leaved, relatively small, reddish to pink rather demanding stem plant. It is most decorative when planted in a group of many stems. It is also suitable as foreground plant and for smaller tanks, given that it is trimmed at the right time. The addit
Staurogyne Repenshas been added to your shopping cart
Staurogyne repens is a light green compact strong plant for the aquarium foreground originating from Rio Cristalino in Brazil. It can be used as ground-covering plant or as low cushion-like bush. Forms well through trimming. It is effective for setting ac
Taxiphyllum sp 'Flame'has been added to your shopping cart
"Flame moss" is a not yet fully identified species of the genus Taxiphyllum and probably comes from East or South-East Asia. Even though it has only been known for a few years it already has a great popularity in the hobby and is readily available in trad