Amazon Sword / Echinodorus grisebachii 'Bleherae' Potted Plant
Amazon Sword / Echinodorus grisebachii 'Bleherae' Potted Plant $5.59
Plant Specifications: Origin: South America Care: Easy Light Requirements: Medium Placement: Mid-ground to Background Size: 30cm - 50cm + Nutrient Requirements: Medium Nutrient and Medium CO2 Supplementation Recommended - Heavy Root Feeder Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6.5-7.5 Growth: Medium Plant Description: The Amazon Sword or Echinodorus grisebachii 'Bleherae' is part of the Echinodorus genus. They are native to the Amazon River Basin in South America, where they do best fully submerged underwater in nutrient rich substrate. Echinodorus grisebachii 'Bleherae' is a plant that is adored because of its large size and beautiful broad green leaves . The Amazon Sword is one of the oldest and classically kept plant in the aquarium hobby. This plant can be planted directly into the substrate, and can be easily propagated by splitting the plant at the roots. In the aquarium, the Amazon Sword, it is a relatively easy to care for plant that requires medium lighting and medium fertilization or CO2 supplementation for best and bright coloration. It should be noted that Amazon Swords are notoriously heavy root feeders, and root tabs may be used if leaves turn yellow or start to shed. Echinodorus is ideal for large aquariums where they will create a big impact! This plant has moderate growth and may need to be split and pruned back to keep it in its best health and shape.
Anubias Frazeri Potted Plant
Anubias Frazeri Potted Plant $9.98
Plant Description: Anubias sp. ‘frazeri’ is part of the Anubias genus. They are native to slow, low lit streams, rivers and marshes of Africa. The species ‘frazeri’ is actually a hybrid cross between Anubias barteri and Anubias congensis. Due to its unique semi aquatic lifestyle, this plant can be grown successfully submerged in the aquarium or emerged in a high humidity terrarium, paludarium or vivarium.  Anubias sp. ‘frazeri’, is a larger plant that is adored because of its broad bright green leaves attached to a thick green rhizome. It is important when planting that this rhizome remains unburied. Anubias sp. ‘frazeri’ works well when attached to hardscape such as driftwood or stones to ensure the rhizome is free of debris that may cause it to rot. In the aquarium, Anubias sp. ‘frazeri’, is a relatively easy to care for plant that requires low to medium light and minimal fertilization or CO2 supplementation. ‘Frazeri’ is ideal for large aquariums, small aquariums, terrariums and paludariums. Although this plant may be a slow grower in the aquarium, with enough time and care it will begin to flourish and even sprout small white flowers.  Plant Specifications: Origin: Africa - Hybrid Anubias Barteri x Anubias Congensis Care: Easy Light Requirements: Low to Medium Placement: Epiphyte, Rhizome attached to Rock or Driftwood Size: 15 cm to 20 cm Nutrient Requirements: Low Nutrient and Low CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6-8 Growth: Slow  
Anubias Narrow Leaf / 'Anubias bateri var. nana' Potted Plant
Anubias Narrow Leaf / 'Anubias bateri var. nana' Potted Plant $9.98
Plant Specifications: Origin: West Africa - Hybrid Care: Easy Light Requirements: Low to Medium Placement: Epiphyte, Rhizome attached to Rock or Driftwood Size: 15 cm to 20 cm Nutrient Requirements: Low Nutrient and Low CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6-8 Growth: Slow Plant Description: Narrow Leaf Anubias or Anubias barteri var. nana is part of the Anubias genus. Narrow Leaf Anubias is a is very similar to Anubias nana and is a hybrid variety of the species. They are native to slow, low lit streams, rivers and marshes of Africa. Due to its unique semi aquatic lifestyle, this plant can be grown successfully submerged in the aquarium or emerged in a high humidity terrarium, paludarium or vivarium.  Narrow Leaf Anubias, grows very similarly to Anubias nana, this plant that is adored because of its compact growth and bright pointed green leaves attached to a thick green rhizome. It is important when planting that this rhizome remains unburied. Anubias barteri var. nana works well when attached to hardscape such as driftwood or stones to ensure the rhizome is free of debris that may cause it to rot. In the aquarium, Anubias barteri var. nana, is a relatively easy to care for plant that requires low to medium light and minimal fertilization or CO2 supplementation. Narrow Leaf Anubias  is ideal for large aquariums, small aquariums, terrariums and paludariums. Although this plant may be a slow grower in the aquarium, with enough time and care it will begin to flourish and even sprout small white flowers. 
Cryptocoryne Spiralis Potted Plant
Cryptocoryne Spiralis Potted Plant $5.59
 Plant Description: Cryptocoryne spiralis is part of the Cryptocoryne genus. These aquatic plants are native to slow, lowland forested riverbanks and streams of South-Eastern Asia. In the aquarium, Cryptocorynes are sometimes referred to as crypts or water trumpets. These plants do best when planted directly into the substrate. While water trumpets are very hardy aquarium plants that do well in a variety of water conditions, these plants are sensitive to drastic changes in water chemistry. When first planted in a new aquarium, this plant may shed its leaves known as “crypt melt” as it adjusts to its new environment. This behavior is normal and can be predicted, once acclimatized to its new living conditions it will again flourish and grow. Spiralis is highly sought after in the aquarium hobby. It is a taller plant that is adored because of its thin, reddish-brown to green leaves. This crypt is a moderately easy to care for plant that requires medium to high light and moderate fertilization and CO2 supplementation for superb growth and coloration. Spiralis is ideal for small to large planted aquariums and aquascapes. Although this plant may be a moderate grower in the aquarium, with more co2 and plant fertilizer it is possible to produce more growth and propagation over time. Plant Specifications: Origin: South-Eastern Asia - India Care: Easy Light Requirements: Medium to High Placement: Midground Size: Height 8 - 15+ cm Nutrient Requirements: Low to Medium Nutrient and Low to Medium CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 5-8 Growth: Medium
Cryptocoryne Undulata Potted Plant
Cryptocoryne Undulata Potted Plant $5.59
Plant Specifications: Origin: South-Eastern Asia - Sri Lanka Care: Easy Light Requirements: Low to Medium Placement: Midground to Background Size: Height 15 - 20 cm Nutrient Requirements: Low Nutrient and Low CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6-7.5 Growth: Slow   Plant Description: Cryptocoryne undulata is part of the Cryptocoryne genus. These aquatic plants are native to slow, lowland forested riverbanks and streams of South-Eastern Asia. In the aquarium, Cryptocorynes are sometimes referred to as Crypts or water trumpets. These plants do best when planted directly into the substrate. While water trumpets are very hardy aquarium plants that do well in a variety of water conditions, these plants are sensitive to drastic changes in water chemistry. When first planted in a new aquarium, this plant may shed its leaves known as “crypt melt” as it adjusts to its new environment. This behavior is normal and can be predicted, once acclimatized to its new living conditions it will again flourish and grow. Undulata is a mid-sized plant that has slender green to bronze leaves. This crypt is an easy to care for plant that requires low to medium light and minimal fertilization or CO2 supplementation. Undulata is ideal for small to large planted aquariums and aquascapes. Although this plant may be a slow grower in the aquarium, with more co2 and plant fertilizer it is possible to produce more growth over time.
Cryptocoryne Wendtii Bronze Potted Plant
Cryptocoryne Wendtii Bronze Potted Plant $5.59
Plant Specifications: Origin: South-Eastern Asia - Sri Lanka Care: Easy Light Requirements: Low to Medium Placement: Midground to Background Size: Height 15 - 20 cm Nutrient Requirements: Low Nutrient and Low CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6-8 Growth: Medium   Plant Description: Cryptocoryne wendtii bronze is part of the Cryptocoryne genus. These aquatic plants are native to slow, lowland forested riverbanks and streams of South-Eastern Asia. In the aquarium, Cryptocorynes are sometimes referred to as Crypts or water trumpets. These plants do best when planted directly into the substrate. While water trumpets are very hardy aquarium plants that do well in a variety of water conditions, these plants are sensitive to drastic changes in water chemistry. When first planted in a new aquarium, this plant may shed its leaves known as “crypt melt” as it adjusts to its new environment. This behavior is normal and can be predicted, once acclimatized to its new living conditions it will again flourish and grow. Wendtii bronze is a mid-sized plant that has arching, rippled, bronze leaves. This crypt is an easy to care for plant that requires low to medium light and minimal fertilization or CO2 supplementation. Wendtii bronze is ideal for small to large planted aquariums and aquascapes. This plant grows at a moderate speed and will produce runners when established, with more co2 and plant fertilizer it is possible to produce more growth over time.
Dwarf Baby Tears / 'Micranthemum callitrichoides' Potted Plant
Dwarf Baby Tears / 'Micranthemum callitrichoides' Potted Plant $5.59
Plant Specifications: Origin: Cuba, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas Care: Moderate Light Requirements: High Placement: Foreground - Carpeting Size: 3 - 5 cm tall Nutrient Requirements: High Nutrient and High CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6-8 Growth: Moderate to Slow Plant Description: Dwarf Baby Tears, Hemianthus callitichoides is part of the Linderniaceae family of semi-aquatic plants. They are native to the Caribbean Islands in shallow freshwater pools where they reside between rocks and fallen vegetation. Due to its unique habitat in the wild, this plant can be grown successfully submerged in the aquarium, or emerged in a high humidity terrarium, paludarium, or vivarium.  Dwarf Baby Tears are commonly used as densely packed carpets in the foreground or grown in tufts attached to rock and driftwood. This plant is adored because of its small size, and bright green color. Hemianthus callitichoides grows best in a high nutrient substrate with that is rich in iron. In the aquarium, 'Hemianthus callitichoides' is a moderate to care for plant that requires high light, high nutrient, and high CO2 supplementation. Dwarf Baby Tears are ideal for small aquariums, nano aquariums, shrimp tanks, terrariums, and paludariums. Although this plant may be a moderately slow grower in the aquarium, with enough time and care it will begin to flourish and spread through runners.
Dwarf Sagittaria / 'Sagittaria subulata' Potted Plant
Dwarf Sagittaria / 'Sagittaria subulata' Potted Plant $5.59
Plant Specifications: Origin: South America Care: Easy Light Requirements: Medium Placement: Foreground to Midground Size: Height 10 -30 cm Nutrient Requirements: Medium Nutrient and Medium CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6-7.5 Growth: Moderate to Fast Plant Description: Dwarf Sagittaria / 'Sagittaria subulata' is part of the Sagittaria plant genus. They are small, green, grass-like plants found in fresh and brackish water estuaries in South America. In the aquarium, Dwarf Sagittaria is commonly used as an undemanding carpeting or foreground plant. This plant does best when planted directly into the substrate and can be easily propagated by new plantlets and lateral runners. Dwarf Sagittaria is adored because of its low maintenance, grass-like appearance, and carpeting growth pattern used to create a lush underwater lawn. Under high intensity light and nutrients, it will grow more compact and create a thick carpet of plants in the foreground. This plant is easy to care for and requires medium light and moderate fertilization and CO2 supplementation for the best growth and color. Dwarf Sagittaria is ideal for all sizes of aquariums and does well in a variety of water conditions! This plant is a medium to fast grower and may require frequent trimming and pruning to keep it in its best shape.
Monte Carlo / 'Micranthemum tweediei' Potted Plant
Monte Carlo / 'Micranthemum tweediei' Potted Plant $5.59
Plant Specifications: Origin: South America Care: Demanding Light Requirements: High Placement: Foreground - Carpeting Size: 3 - 5 cm tall Nutrient Requirements: High Nutrient and High CO2 Supplementation Recommended Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6-8 Growth: Moderate to Slow   Plant Description: Monte Carlo also known as Micranthemum tweediei is a plant native to marshes and riverbanks within South America. This plant is named after the city it was collected in in Monte Carlo, Argentina. Due to its unique habitat in the wild, this plant can be grown successfully submerged in the aquarium, or emerged in a high humidity terrarium, paludarium, or vivarium.  'Micranthemum tweediei' is a plant that is adored because of its small size, compact leaves, and bright green color. This small plant is commonly used as a carpeting plant and does best when planted directly into the substrate in a high nutrient substrate that is rich in iron. In the aquarium, 'Micranthemum tweediei' is a demanding plant that requires high light, high nutrient, and high CO2 supplementation. Monte Carlo is ideal for high-tech aquariums, nano aquariums, shrimp tanks, terrariums, and paludariums. Although this plant may be a moderately slow grower in the aquarium, with enough time and care it will begin to flourish and spread through runners.
Red Flame Sword / 'Echinodorus 'Red Flame'' Potted Plant
Red Flame Sword / 'Echinodorus 'Red Flame'' Potted Plant $5.59
Plant Specifications: Origin: South America - Hybrid (Echinodorus schlueteri x Echinodorus barthii) Care: Easy Light Requirements: Medium Placement: Mid-ground to Background Size: 30cm - 50cm + Nutrient Requirements: Medium Nutrient and Medium CO2 Supplementation Recommended - Heavy Root Feeder Preferred Water Chemistry: pH 6.5-7.5 Growth: Medium Plant Description: The Red Flame Sword or Echinodorus 'Red Flame' is part of the Echinodorus genus. This variety of sword is a hybrid of popular aquatic sword plants Echinodorus schlueteri x Echinodorus barthii. Their relatives are native to the Amazon River Basin in South America, where they do best fully submerged underwater in nutrient rich substrate. Echinodorus 'Red Flame' is a plant that is adored because of its large size and large broad leaves with bright red coloration under ideal conditions. The Red Flame Sword can be planted directly into the substrate and can be easily propagated by splitting the plant at the roots. In the aquarium, the Red Flame Sword is a relatively easy to care for plant that requires medium lighting and medium fertilization or CO2 supplementation for best and bright coloration. It should be noted that Red Flame Swords are notoriously heavy root feeders, and root tabs may be used if leaves turn yellow or start to shed it leaves. Echinodorus is ideal for large aquariums where they will create a big impact! This plant has moderate growth and may need to be split and pruned back to keep it in its best health and shape.
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