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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Bolbitis

Bolbitis

Bolbitis heteroclita sometimes called Bolbitis asiatica is VERY similar to java fern. The leaves typically have 3 lobes instead of the spear like regular java fern but otherwise they ar e the same.. The runners should not be buried and the roots will cling to wood or stone or just about anything.
$3.20

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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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Crinum calamistratum

Crinum calamistratum

Crinum calamistrium is the King of all the aquatic onions. They can grow large bulbs and long flowing leaves that are crimped and crinkled on their surface. Water flow over the leaves is important and they prefer Medium light or better.
$7.50

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Crinum thaianum

Crinum thaianum

( Crinum thaianum ) The Water onion plant, as it is sometimes called, is an easy bulb plant that grows in most conditions. It grows roots fairly quickly, but has a long acclimation period before it starts growing new leaves (usually a couple weeks). The long flattish leaves are tough but snap easily. Each leaf can grow to over a YARD long. Hence, it has a minimum tank size: 20 inch tall tank or more.It puts a few unique demands during planting: Peel off all dead leaves and peel off the outer layer of the bulb. Trim off most or all of the roots. Then, bury the very bottom tip of it. If the whole bulb or even half is buried, the bulb rots! After it is growing well, you can remove old and broken leaves, which encourages new ones. Propagation is more difficult and slow than most plants. It needs a deep substrate of 2-3 inches. It does well with no CO2. HERBIVORE SAFE!! More herbivore safe than ANY other plant!! Low light is fine but ti would appreciate a nutritious substrate or root tabs . These are larger bulbs and growing well.
$9.25

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Dwarf Aquarium Lily

Dwarf Aquarium Lily

(Nymphaea stellata) N stellata adds a lot of color to a tank and is VERY easy to grow. These plants are quite easy to grow and add heaps of color to any tank. They are prone to growing quite large though, and they also send out the occasional floater. However, it it possible to restrict the growth by chopping the roots once a month. It is very important to chop off floating leaves before they get to they surface, if the plant knows it can reach the surface then it will start to throw up more and more floating leaves all the time. However IF you don't mind the surface floating leaves, a new surface leaf grows out about every 2-3 weeks and they provide a "canopy" for Discus or Killies or Gouramis to perch beneath. When they break the surface, the stems will bend for lack of room to grow. A tall tank is highly recommended If you intend to allow floating leaves to stay. Strong lighting will aid in this plants growth and also coloration in the leaf pattern. An excellent plant. They require nothing special in substrate though high mineral ( especially iron) content will add more rich color. These are sold as bare root and bulbed plants
$3.50

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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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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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Four Leaf Clover

Four Leaf Clover

(Marsilea quadrafolia) Four Leaf Clover is an easy aquatic plant. It will grow underwater of grow leaves to the surface If the water is shallow enough. It will stay pretty low if the water is deep enough. It can be used as a pond plant, Marginal plant or a Bog plant as well. It is not picky about water parameters and will thrive in cool water or tropical tanks. It needs Medium Lighting to do best. This is a 2X2" section of roots as shown in the picture of fully submerged Marsilea. It will adapt quickly to your tank or to a pond, marginal or bog situation as well. Most people have trouble with this plant when they get it, as it is usually grown fully emersed and will kind of die back when put under water. Not with ours, as we grow it underwater and it will easily adapt to emersed without major leaf death.
$3.25

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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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