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Saururus cernuushas been added to your shopping cart
Saururus cernuus is not very demanding but should be well lit and benefits from a nutrient-rich substrate. The temperatures should not exceed 25 °C for a longer time; on the other hand, this plant is quite cold-resistant. It is propagated by stem cuttings
Cryptocoryne mollmaniihas been added to your shopping cart
Cryptocoryne mollmanii has lovely green leaves which can vary from dark to light. The surface of the oval leaves can become slightly crinkled.
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
Staurogyne species 'Bihar'has been added to your shopping cart
Staurogyne sp. "Bihar" was imported from the north Indian state Bihar as an alleged Hygrophila species. However, its flower characteristics suggest that this unidentified plant might belong to the genus Staurogyne. Its submersed leaves are partially lobed
Echinodorus Radicanshas been added to your shopping cart
Echinodorus radicans is a lovely strong aquarium plant that originates in South America. With oval leaves and long stems, its deep green colour makes it look quite special.
Sagittaria Subulatahas been added to your shopping cart
Sagittaria subulata is one of the "longest-serving" aquarium plants. It is ideal for low-tech or no-tech tanks without a CO2 supplying system; it tolerates a high carbonate hardness, also its light demands are moderate. However Sagittaria subulata is some