Bunch Plants

Stem plants sold as bunches



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Ludwigia peruensis 'Diamond'

Ludwigia peruensis 'Diamond'

Ludwigia peruensis 'Diamond' is a slightly different variety of Ludwigia glandulosa hailing form the rainforest of Asia. this plant shows a great red like normal L peruensis but the growth apex also shows a rich honey golden color especially in good light. this is no more of a damanding plant than any other Ludwigia peruensis so it should not be a real problem for anyone. This is sold by the individual stem..
$0.95

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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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Hygrophila Lanceolata Araguaia

Hygrophila Lanceolata Araguaia

This is a lance leaved Hygrophila with dark brown to red to purple coloring in higher light. it has moderately long narrow leaves... it is a fairly easy plant with no special needs other than light. It branches easily by mere clipping the growth apex to develop a bushy appearance. It grows moderately fast for a Hygro. These are grown submersed and will root and take off very easily. These are sold by the 5-6" stem.
$1.00

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Limnophila aromatica

Limnophila aromatica

Limnophila aromatica is a fantastic looking plant.. Its thick stem and fine pointed leaves in green and purple make it a real eye catcher.. It prefers Med to extra High Lighting and soft water.. but will acclimate to Slightly hard water.. CO2 is helpful but in soft water and high light it will do fine without it. This is sold By the single stem and looks best as 5-10 stems in the background.
$1.10

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Ludwigia alata

Ludwigia alata

This is a fantastic Ludwigia.. it shows more vibrant color than most other Ludwigias.. the leaves appear orange from a mild distance. BUT, as you approach, you quickly realize the leaves are actually a rich butter yellow close to center and around veins and a rich almost magenta red toward the outsides. These are pretty easy. No CO2 required though they will do fine with it.. harness and alkalinity is pretty unimportant.. they just prefer no less than medium/low light and a good nutritious substrate.. the more light they get the more vibrant the leaf color will be. this is sold as a single 8+" long stem.. they are running a bit green at moment.. I need to increase the light some.
$1.10

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Persicaria hydropiperoides

Persicaria hydropiperoides

( persicaria hydropiperoides ) This is a typical Persicaria. leaves are mostly green with a dark red to purple chevron on the top center. Like all Persicarias this grows upright and will break the surface if allowed to. Under good light( no less than medium) the leaves stay and intense green and burgundy and also develop a nice ruffling along each edge. These are sold as individual stems
$1.25

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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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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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Moneywort

Moneywort

(Bacopa monnieri) Moneywort or Delicate Water Hyssop. Despite the name this is NOT a delicate plant. It grows smaller leaves and lower than B caroliniana. B monnieri also has more intensely green leaves. It will deal with low light but prefers med low to med to med high light levels. Plant the stems into the substrate and they will grow roots quickly. The higher the light level the lower this one will grow. B monnieri also does well as a marginal plant in ponds or bogs as it can adjust to terrestrial life well. It will bloom if grown terrestrial(emersed) and looks quite nice.
$2.05

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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)
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