Other Rooted Plants




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Banana Plant small

Banana Plant small

( Nymphoides aquatica) These are an all time standard of plant enthusiasts. They can be rooted and grow very Large or at any point they can be unrooted and allowed to sit on the substrate. If unrooted the roots will disappear and it will look like a green bunch of bananas. These are the smaller specimens of this species but are nice complete bananas. The banana bunches .75-1in length.
$1.55

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Ranunculus inundatus

Ranunculus inundatus

Ranunculus inundatus is a fantastic foreground midground plant.. It likes medium light and some CO2 but the unusual leaves sitting on the fine stems look like they are floating in little clusters above the substrate.. It Likes Medium Light but will take lower light though it will not be as full with longer internode lengths. CO2 is helpful for full thick growth but not absolutely necessary. it can be trimmed to make a solid mound like in the picture or allowed to go its own way and distribute itself over a further distance.. This is sold as single bare root nodes.
$1.65

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Dwarf Onion

Dwarf Onion

(Zephyranthes candida) Dwarf Onions are a great starter onion plant for the aquarium. They can grow about 15 inches tall at best with a number of leaves that look like an onion. They have an onion like bulb as well. Plant them so the bulb is no more than halfway under the substrate. They prefer Medium light or better and some water flow over their leaves is preferred. but not necessary. These can be planted and thrive on ponds edge as well as fully terrestrial. They are often called rain lilies or Zephyr rain lilies when terrestrial. They tend to bloom immediately after a rain if planted completely out of the water. They can reproduce quite well in either situation by developing small "baby" bulbs on the sides of the mother bulbs.
$1.75

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Hydrocotyle verticellata

Hydrocotyle verticellata

Hydrocotyle verticellata. This is Much like Brazilian Pennywort in basic appearance but it is a stronger plant. It does best planted and the runner will fill in a space quite quickly. The round leaves are smaller than Brazilian Pennywort but much stiffer and thicker. The leaves will stand about 2 inches above the substrate but in lower light they will grow taller and in higher light they will grow shorter. CO2 is helpful but by no means necessary. Excel will do them just as well. It appreciates a moderately rich substrate for the most compact growth. This is sold as a group of 4 nodes.
$2.00

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Narrow Leaf Water Sprite

Narrow Leaf Water Sprite

(Ceratopteris thalictroides) Water Sprite is relatively undemanding. It will tolerate a wide range of light levels, from low to extremely high. It is not picky about water parameters either. It can be grown floating or rooted and will usually reproduce under almost any conditions.
$2.00

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Lobelia cardinalis 'small form'

Lobelia cardinalis 'small form'

Lobelia cardinalis 'small form' This is a much smaller cultivar of the native cardinal flower that occurs in swamps and bogs from Middle US to Mexico. This smaller form grows well underwater but needs good light. CO2 is helpful but a mid tech tank using excel is more than fine for it. It grows easily and can get quite bushy with some regular trimming. IF the lower leaves begin to brown and rot then it needs more light.. That is really the only concern you will have growing this plant. It works well in foreground for larger tanks and the front of Midground for any tank.. These are sold as single plants.
$2.35

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Aponogeton crispus

Aponogeton crispus

this is by far the easiest and least demanding of all the Aponogetons. it will grow and pretty well too, in even an basically unlighted tank.. what more could you ask of an aquarium plant?? If the light is high you may want to occasionally prune a few leaves so it doe s not get too massive. These will reproduce as a single plant in your aquarium too as they are self fertile and one of the easiest Aponogetons to propagate.. The green leaves are heavily ruffled on the edges making it look great in any aquascape. These are medium sized plants.
$2.50

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Dwarf Four Leaf Clover

Dwarf Four Leaf Clover

(Marsilea crenata) Four Leaf Clover Dwarf is native to Southeast Asia found in ditches, rice fields and other stagnant waters. When grown emergent its leaves are 4-lobed and 2-4 lobes when submerged. It is adaptable to low and bright light conditions; CO2 and nutrients encourage faster than normal growth. When submerged in the aquarium it's terrestrial stem-like form transforms into a lower substrate creeping/carpeting plant that slowly spreads through runners across the substrate. Shorter, more compact growth achieved in brighter light. Similar in appearance to Glosso, but in comparison its leaves are leathery and thicker. this is sold as a 1"X1" bare root portion
$2.60

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Broad Leaf Water Sprite

Broad Leaf Water Sprite

(Ceratopteris cornuta) Water Sprite is relatively undemanding. It will tolerate a wide range of light levels, from low to extremely high. It is not picky about water parameters either. It can be grown floating or rooted and will usually reproduce under almost any conditions.
$2.65

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Aponogeton undulatus

Aponogeton undulatus

Aponogeton undulatus is another Aponogeton that is easy. It likes medium light but will do fine in Low light. It likes a nutrient rich substrate. It has very light purple bloom which is self fertile. So you can propagate your own. This is sold as a young sprouting bulb.
$2.75

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