Rotala Orange Juice
Orange Juice Rotala is a very new and popular aquatic plant. Rotala orange juice has orange color in both emersed and submerged form. In aquariums Rotala orange juice leaves grow norrower and dense however in emersed form they are round and orange hue.
- Robust stem plant
- Forms dense groups
- Wonderful orange colours
Amazon Sword Pot Large0 out of 5(0)
Amazon Sword Pot Large
Amazon sword plants are very common in the aquarium hobby, being that they are beautiful and easy to care for. They offer excellent and attractive coverage to the background of an aquascape. These plants have short stems that grow in a rosette, bearing long and ovoid leaves with a pointed tip. Their leaves are dark or bright green in color with prominent veins and slightly wavy shape.
Amazon sword plants can get pretty huge, making them a great fit for a large tank. Their large leaves can easily restrict light to other plants if they are not pruned regularly. These plants propagate through side shoots off of their leaves, which can be trimmed and replanted into the substrate. To control the size of your Amazon sword plant you can remove the side shoots and older leaves.
With a nutrient rich substrate these plants will tolerate most lighting conditions, but moderate to high lighting is ideal. CO2 injection is not necessary but will help the plant grow faster if desired. Amazon sword plants will grow submersed or emersed. Emersed plants produce lovely white flowers.SKU: n/a
Tropica Marsilea Hirsuta0 out of 5(0)
Marsilea hirsuta is a carpet-plant from Australia. A fascinating plant, usually delivered with leaves like a four-leaf clover. After a transitional period it develops different types of leaves, possibly a low form with single leaves like a large Glossostigma, or alternatively develop two, three or four-lobed leaves varying in height (from 2-10 cm), depending on the growth conditions. Whichever form the plant adopts, it forms runners and spreads rapidly round the aquarium.
Type: Carpeting Origin: Australia Growth rate: Medium Height: 5 – 20+ Light demand: Low CO2 : LowSKU: n/a
Plants, Plant Neutrients
EASYLIFE 25 ROOT STICKS0 out of 5(0)
Optimal root feeding
The Easy-Life 25 Root Sticks are ideal to feed plants directly at the roots. The product contains 25 pieces of special clay sticks that are very nutritious and have a high iron content. Due to the special pre-treatment of these sticks, they do not fall apart immediately upon contact with water. The release of nutrients goes very gradually over a period of several weeks. The water will not get cloudy at all, so algae cannot take advantage of that. The product is very easy to use and causes no additional water pollution.
Use these root sticks for plants with a strong need for root nutrition such as Cryptocoryne, Echinodorus or Lotus. If the soil layer is very narrow or the plant roots are small, the sticks can be very easily broken into smaller pieces. The root sticks can therefore be used in all cases.SKU: PS0025
Aquascapeplants Ludwigia sp. ‘Dark Orange’0 out of 5(0)
Ludwigia sp. ‘Dark Orange’ (‘Atlantis’)
- Also known as Ludwigia sp. ‘Atlantis’
- Attractive yellow to dark orange colours
- Light leaf nervature
- Medium growth rate
Synonyms Ludwigia sp. ‘Dark Orange’ Family Onagraceae Genus Ludwigia Difficulty easy Usage Background, Midground Aquascaping very colourful plant for accents Growth fast pH value 5 – 8 Temperature tolerance 4 – 30°C Carbonate hardness 2 – 22°dKH Propagation CuttingsSKU: n/a