Floating & Stem Plants




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Water Nymph

Water Nymph

(Najas diversifolia) Water Nymph is one of the easiest stems for a beginner.. It roots easily and grows in most any water conditions and Low to high Light. If Nutrients are low then it will break up into smaller pieces but that is the only potential trouble with this plant. IT grows for most anyone in most any tank. This is sold as a bunch of 5 stems.
$1.85

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Salvinia minima

Salvinia minima

(Salvinia rotundifolia minima) Salvinia is a nice and easy floater.. the leaves are oval and make chains. the roots are not huge but work well for keeping fry safe. It is actually a fern and it grows quickly.. sometimes you may need to thin it out a bit but you can use it as a fertilizer for your houseplants.. Just throw it on the soil. IT absorbs nitrates from your tank and will release them to your houseplants. It helps reduce algae in your tank as well.. This plant also does exceptionally well in outdoor ponds. This is sold as a 2 fl oz portion.
$2.00

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NarrowLeaf Anacharis

NarrowLeaf Anacharis

(Egeria najas) I have heard so many people complain about anacharis when they first start out.. Well, Narrow leaf anacharis is a better looking plant and it does not Shed leaves even when unhappy like standard anacharis can do.. This is a VERY easy plant. Some light and it will grow, half-way decent substrate and some light and it will establish itself and fill out a space very well. It also makes great food for turtles and Mbunas, etc.. This is sold as a Bunch( 5 stems)
$2.05

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Hornwort

Hornwort

(Ceratophyllum demersum)Hornwort, also known as coontail, has a tight hairlike foliage and helps to oxygenate and clarify ponds and aquariums. It is appropriate for both. In aquariums, it can sometimes outgrow its space and need to be thinned, but it makes a great escape for smaller fish. In ponds the tips will become dark green and tight in the late fall and drop to the bottom where they will stay until spring when they will emerge, regrow and repopulate your pond. During regular growth it is a nice rich green and growth tips that are actively growing will be a slight brown/green color. It can be anchored or just left to float as it does very well either way.
$2.25

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Red/Roundleaf Ludwigia

Red/Roundleaf Ludwigia

( Ludwigia natans aka Ludwigia repens) This is also known as red Ludwigia. The leaves are more rounded than most Ludwigias and the underside of the leaf is a rich bright red. L. natans is very easy to grow taking almost any water conditions but does best at Medium/Low light levels or higher The plant will also grow emmersed( out of the water) in a bog situation very easily and keeps much of its color. The red does reduce slightly and the leaves become slightly more pointed when grown out or above the water. This is sold as a bunch with 5-6 stems per bunch.
$2.35

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Oval Leaf Ludwigia

Oval Leaf Ludwigia

Ludwigia ovalis or the oval leaf Ludwigia is yet another easy plant. Like all Ludwigias, this one can be grown emergent( on land) or submerged. The plant does not change appearance much when submerged but the leaves become slightly more pointed and some will grow white veins in the leaf as well as some wine red blush. All you need a med low light or more and a mildly nutrient rich substrate. With these two simple things this plant will establish itself and make a beautiful leafy stand in your tank or pond edge. this is sold as a bunch of 5 stems.
$2.99

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Red Root Floaters

Red Root Floaters

(Phyllanthus fluitans)Red root floater gets its name from the red roots that develop when the plant matures with high light conditions. The root structure is perfect for fry to hide in. It is a great plant for those who want to steer away from the common floating weeds, such as duckweed/frogbit and salvinia. The plant is easier to control than those listed above. It loves ferts especially NPK but also needs some trace and a good amount of iron. iron adds to its red colors and encourages flowering. This is a 4 fl oz. portion of nice sized plants
$3.40

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American Frogbit

American Frogbit

( Limnobium spongia). American frogbit is a much larger version of Amazon frogbit. Large, mature plants will root themselves into the substrate but remain sitting right on the water surface. IF they become densely packed, they will rise above the water, but this rarely happens. It is a much larger plant than Amazon frogbit as well. Most of the plants I have on hand now run about 8-10 inches though only the leaf upper surface remains above the water. These propagate readily by sending off shoots. They also have a small bloom similar to snowflake but it is not astounding. The plant itself is the interest and adds a nice touch to any pond. And, YES, small to medium frogs will hang out on top of a leaf! These can also be grown right at waters edge in the mud where they become a nice erect rosette of heart shaped waxy leaves and spread readily. These are sold as single bare root plants.
$3.75

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Jumbo Salvinia

Jumbo Salvinia

(Salvinia oblongifolia) Giant Salviia is a Free floating aquatic fern developing from a somewhat zigzagged horizontal stem (rhizome) that floats just under the water surface. The rhizome bears opposite pairs of rectangular floating leaves and a third submersed, filamentous leaf along each node. The roots are absent, although the submersed leaf has a root-like look. Floating leaves are three times longer than wide, measuring about 1 to 2 inches long and 1/2to 3/4 inch wide. Floating leaves lie flat or can be folded on the mid-rib depending on the density of the population. Individual plants commonly grow 20 - 25 cm long, Nearly all parts of the plant, except the upper leaf surface are sparsely clothed in chestnut colored hairs.
$4.05

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Small Leaf Sensitive plant

Small Leaf Sensitive plant

( Neptunia aquatica) The fern-like leaves close when touched. Sensitive plant floats on the water's surface or can be planted in a container and it will then spread across the water. It has a small yellow spiky flower. It likes good sun but diffused sun will do it very well too. This is sold as a single bare root stem 6-8 inches long
$4.50

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