Bunch Plants

Stem plants sold as bunches



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Ammania gracilis

Ammania gracilis

(Ammania gracilis) Commonly known as Red or Pink Ammania, this is a beautiful but slightly demanding plant. It needs softer and slightly acidic water BUT I grow it in hard and slightly alkaline water with no problem. IT However does need moderately high to high light and some iron to show its best colors. With High light , this plant is a fast grower and should be clipped and replanted almost every week. With iron the color becomes a richer deeper red and demands you notice it. Ammania is used in a lot of Dutch planted tanks. This is sold as a bunch of 5-6 stems.
$2.75

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Bacopa rotundifolia

Bacopa rotundifolia

This is very similar to Bacopa caroliniana but it does not need as cool temperatures nor is it as demanding on light.. this works well in Low light tanks but it does equally as well in high light tanks.. The higher the light the more copper color this one takes. This is sold as a 5 stem bunch
$2.40

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Cabomba Purple

Cabomba Purple

(Cabomba pulcherrima) Purple Cabomba is a very easy bunch plant to grow. It prefers medium light levels but can handle lower and higher levels with no problems. It can also be grown in outdoor ponds with no issues. All Cabombas make for a great texture in the aquarium and may be planted or grown floating. They also provide perfect hiding places for smaller fish. This is sold by the bunch.. bunches vary from 5-8 stems but nice full bunches is the point.
$2.30

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Cabomba Red

Cabomba Red

Cabomba palaeformis is a great plant in texture and color and not difficult at all. It prefers medium light and some nutrient rich substrate, but it will also grow well completely floating. It really is an easy bunch plant to grow, and the fan leaves (hence the common name of Fanwort) are a rich red/orange/purple.. this plant has as much color as C. furcata but is MUCH easier to maintain in the aquarium . This is sold by the single stem
$1.00

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Cardamine lyrata

Cardamine lyrata

( Cardamine lyrata) Japanese Cress, Cardamine lyrata is a great stem plant. It has fine, thin stems and smallish round leaves. It looks sort of like a miniature Brazilian Pennywort. It grows in Most any light level from Low to high. It is one of the easiest plants to make thrive in any aquarium. It will also grow well in Bogs. The stems are more like a vine than any thing else. It may occasionally need trimming. But, you can replant those trimmings to have even more Cardamine. It is not at all picky about pH or nutrients in the substrate. One of the easiest plants of all time and darn good looking too! This is sold as a bunch of 5-6 stems. a Very full Bunch.
$2.50

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Giant Hygro

Giant Hygro

( Hygrophila corymbosa NarrowLeaf) Giant Hygro is a nice looking background Hygrophila. It displays nice green colors, a narrow leaf, and excellent rooting capabilities. Decent Mineral content in the substrate and good light keeps the lower leaves on the stem vibrant and healthy. This plant does like Light. Medium to high light is best. And as I mentioned, A mineral content in the substrate aids it in retaining the lower leaves and good color. Red Clay capsules or our Crimson-Tabs would be a good thing to use with these stems. These are sold as bunches of 3 stems.
$2.20

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Green Foxtail

Green Foxtail

(Myriophyllum pinnatum) This is a soft textured fine leaved bunch plant. It has a wonderful green color and grows well in medium Light. It will survive in lower light but tends to show a more brownish color. These stems can grow fast with sufficient nutrients in the water column but the root easily so you can clip and replant them regularly. . These are sold as bunches of 5-6 stems each.
$2.20

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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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Hygro Blue Willow

Hygro Blue Willow

(Hygrophila salcifolia) This is another easy Hygro to work with.. It can grow extremely fast if all conditions are right and reach a diameter with leaves of a foot. If the levels of N are low then leaves will take on a more pinkish color. medium or higher light is preferred. with its size and growth rate and long leaves it works best in the background of the tank. This is sold as a bunch
$2.35

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Hygro Kompact

Hygro Kompact

(Hygrophila corymbosa var. kompact) This is a very compact variety of Hygrophila corymbosa, with the leaves set very close to the stalk. It forms many side shoots, enhancing the compact appearance. The leaves are a dark brownish green when the plant is delivered, but after a transitional period in the aquarium they will turn light green with silver-white on the underside. This plant will tolerate medium light, but will show much more red in higher light. In strong light,the newest leaves will be reddish brown in color. Over time, the oldest leaves will die away. New leaves will start to appear quickly to replace the older ones until it becomes a very low but dense "bush." Note: Extreme leaf loss (except just after shipping) may be a sign of light levels that are too low. This plant is sold per stem pricing.. I will have new pictures in next day or so.
$1.40

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