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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
Rotala Rotundifolia 'Orange Juice'has been added to your shopping cart
Rotala Rotundifolia Orange Juice hails from Italy. This aquatic stem plant is similar to its popular relative, Rotala Rotundifolia, but features bright orange coloration as its name states. Rotala Rotundifolia Orange Juice can be grown submerged or emerse
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.
Ludwigia Peruvianahas been added to your shopping cart
Superb, wine-red looking leaves make this plant a statement in the aquarium, Not easy to keep and needs a sufficient light and CO2 addition.
Ammania Gracilis Greenhas been added to your shopping cart
Ammania Gracilis Green is a gracefull green stem plant. It's coloration has a spectrum from pale green to a vibrant and quite living green colour.
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.
Echinodorus 'Hot Pepper'has been added to your shopping cart
The characteristics of this echinodorus species are mainly the intense red color and contrast with green leaves. The vibrant red veins running across the plant and leaves make this variety a real gem for any aquarium.
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.
Ammannia sp. 'Bonsai' (Rotala indica)has been added to your shopping cart
At the moment is it labeled as Ammania sp. "Bonsai" and Rotala sp. "Bonsai" as the trade names, but its flowers have helped identify it correctly as R. indica.
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
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'.
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
Pogostemon sp. 'Wicked'has been added to your shopping cart
A new variant of the famous Pogostemon Helferi. It's still an oddity within the aquarium hobby. Be quick when they are in stock, you snooze, you lose.
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.
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.
Ludwigia Glandulosahas been added to your shopping cart
L. glandulosa has lanceolate alternate leaves (1 leaf per node). The submersed stems grow strictly upright and hardly ramify, whereas the land form develops creeping runners as well as upright, ramified shoots up to 80 cm in height.
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.
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
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.