What you will receive:
1 x Anubias barteri var. nana
Anubias barteri var. nana is a small, slow-growing aquatic plant commonly used in freshwater aquariums. It is a variant of the Anubias barteri species and is characterized by its compact size, broad dark green leaves, and sturdy rhizome. An easy-to-care-for plant, it thrives in low to moderate lighting conditions and can be attached to rocks or driftwood in aquariums. Anubias barteri var. nana is popular among aquarists for its ability to add natural beauty to tanks while requiring minimal maintenance.
1x Hydrocharis dubia
Hydrocharis dubia, commonly known as the ‘Least Frogbit,’ is a small, floating aquatic plant that belongs to the Hydrocharitaceae family. It is recognized by its tiny, round to oval-shaped leaves that float on the water’s surface, connected to the plant by delicate stems. This plant is native to Europe, Asia, and parts of Africa. It is often found in quiet, shallow freshwater habitats like ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams.
Least Frogbit is appreciated in aquariums and ponds for its ability to provide shade, oxygenate the water, and offer hiding spots for small aquatic creatures. It reproduces through runners and produces small, white flowers during the growing season. In aquariums, it requires moderate lighting and thrives in neutral to slightly acidic water conditions. This plant is easy to grow and helps maintain water quality by absorbing excess nutrients.
1x Lilaeopsis brasiliensis
Lilaeopsis brasiliensis, commonly known as Micro Sword or Brazilian Micro Sword, is a popular and versatile aquatic plant species in the aquarium hobby. Native to South America, particularly Brazil, it belongs to the Apiaceae family.
This plant is recognized for its grass-like appearance with narrow, elongated leaves that grow in dense clusters. It forms a carpeting effect when planted in the foreground of aquariums, creating a lush and vibrant green landscape. Micro Sword is often chosen for aquascaping due to its ability to create a beautiful carpet effect and add visual appeal to freshwater aquariums.
It prefers moderate to high lighting conditions and nutrient-rich substrate for optimal growth. Regular fertilization and CO2 supplementation can aid in its growth and vibrancy. Micro Sword spreads through runners, gradually creating a carpeted look in suitable aquatic environments.
Though it might require some care in terms of lighting and substrate, Micro Sword is a popular choice for aquarists aiming to achieve a well-maintained and visually appealing aquascape.
1 x Cryptocoryne lucens
Cryptocoryne lucens is a species of aquatic plant highly valued in the aquarium hobby. Belonging to the genus Cryptocoryne, it originates from Sri Lanka and is characterized by its vibrant green, lance-shaped leaves that grow in dense rosettes.
This plant is often used in aquascaping due to its ability to add lushness and visual interest to the aquarium foreground or midground. It’s relatively undemanding and can thrive in various water conditions, though it prefers moderate lighting and nutrient-rich substrate for optimal growth and coloration.
Cryptocoryne lucens can tolerate moderate water flow and is known for its adaptability to varying tank conditions. It propagates by sending out runners and producing new plantlets, gradually creating clusters of vibrant green foliage in the aquarium.
Overall, Cryptocoryne lucens is a popular choice for aquarists seeking a hardy and visually appealing aquatic plant that can enhance the aesthetics of their aquarium while requiring minimal maintenance.
1x Cryptocoryne beckettii
Cryptocoryne beckettii is a popular aquatic plant highly sought after in the aquarium hobby. Belonging to the genus Cryptocoryne, it originates from Sri Lanka and is recognized for its attractive, versatile, and relatively undemanding nature.
This species typically exhibits elongated, pointed leaves that vary in color from green to reddish-brown, depending on the lighting and nutrient conditions in the aquarium. It can grow both submerged and emersed, making it suitable for various aquascaping designs.
Cryptocoryne beckettii is known for its adaptability to different water parameters, though it tends to prefer moderate lighting and nutrient-rich substrate for optimal growth and coloration. It can thrive in both foreground and midground placements in the aquarium, adding visual interest and depth to the aquascape.
This plant reproduces by sending out runners and forming new plantlets, gradually creating clusters of lush foliage. Cryptocoryne beckettii is favored by aquarists for its hardiness and ability to thrive in diverse tank conditions while adding natural beauty to freshwater aquariums.
1 x Bacopa caroliniana
Bacopa caroliniana is a popular aquatic plant known for its versatility and ornamental appeal in freshwater aquariums. Originating from North and South America, this species belongs to the family Plantaginaceae.
It features distinctive, vibrant green leaves arranged oppositely along its stems. Bacopa caroliniana can grow both submerged and emersed, making it adaptable to various water conditions and tank setups. In submerged conditions, it forms dense clusters of foliage, adding lushness and visual interest to the aquarium.
Known for its relatively undemanding nature, Bacopa caroliniana thrives in moderate to high lighting and nutrient-rich water. It’s valued in aquascaping for its ability to serve as a midground or background plant, creating a striking contrast against other aquarium elements.
This plant is easy to propagate; it develops roots along its stems and can be trimmed and replanted to propagate new growth. Bacopa caroliniana is favored by aquarists for its hardiness, adaptability, and its capacity to enhance the aesthetics of freshwater aquariums while providing shelter for aquatic inhabitants.
1 x Ludwigia palustris
Ludwigia palustris is a vibrant and popular aquatic plant species in the aquarium hobby. Belonging to the genus Ludwigia, it originates from North and Central America and is recognized for its striking red to orange coloration in good lighting conditions.
This species typically features slender stems with lance-shaped leaves that can vary from green to reddish tones, depending on the intensity of light and nutrient levels in the aquarium. Ludwigia palustris adds a splash of color to aquascapes and is often used as a background or midground plant.
It thrives in moderate to high lighting and nutrient-rich water conditions. Given adequate lighting and proper care, the plant’s foliage turns more intensely red, creating a visually appealing contrast in freshwater aquariums.
Ludwigia palustris is relatively easy to propagate; it can be propagated through stem cuttings and replanting. Its adaptable nature and vibrant appearance make it a sought-after choice among aquarists looking to add color and visual interest to their aquarium setups.