Other Rooted Plants




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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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Java fern

Java fern

(Microsorum pteropus) This is an easy plant!! The leaves come up from a semi rigid corm ( runner). The roots that come from this corm are for holding it in place only, so please do NOT bury this runner. Instead you can attache it ( tie with fishing line) to driftwood or rock until the roots take a hold. It will withstand low to high light with little issue. This is the broad straight leaf variety.
$2.75

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Java Fern Mat

Java Fern Mat

(Microsorum pteropus) This is an easy plant!! The leaves come up from a semi rigid corm ( runner). The roots that come from this corm are for holding it in place only. This is the broad straight leaf variety. This is a Matt of Java fern grown on coconut fiber. This bends well and easy to wrap and attach to anything. This is a 3"X5" mat growing densely with java fern.
$15.00

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Java Fern Narrow Leaf Medium

Java Fern Narrow Leaf Medium

(Microsorum pteropus var. Narrow leaf) This is an easy plant!! The leaves come up from a semi rigid corm ( runner). The roots that come from this corm are for holding it in place only, so please do NOT bury this runner. Instead you can attache it ( tie with fishing line) to driftwood or rock until the roots take a hold. It will withstand low to high light with little issue. This is the Narrow leaf variety and are Medium runners about 2 inch in length
$5.25

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Java Fern narrowLeaf Mat

Java Fern narrowLeaf Mat

(Microsorum pteropus var. Narrow leaf) This is an easy plant!! The leaves come up from a semi rigid corm ( runner). The roots that come from this corm are for holding it in place only. These are grown on a coco fiber mat 3" X 1.5". This allows you to just tie on the mat or wrap it around a piece of driftwood or rock and have a THICKET of Narrow Leaf Java fern in place Right NOW!! Again these are a mat of coco fiber with Narrowleaf Java fern growing ON it that measures 3" X 1.5".
$21.00

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Java Fern Trident

Java Fern Trident

Trident java fern. Unusual looking variety of Java fern where the leaves split into 2,3 or sometimes four points in the top 1/3 of its length. This grows as easily as any other Java fern it just looks a but different in a very cool way. Sold as single bare root portions of runner (1-2") with nice leaves. many 7-9 inches tall.
$4.80

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Java Fern Windelov

Java Fern Windelov

(Microsorum pteropus) This is an easy plant!! The leaves come up from a semi rigid corm ( runner). The roots that come from this corm are for holding it in place only, so please do NOT bury this runner. Instead you can attache it ( tie with fishing line) to driftwood or rock until the roots take a hold. It will withstand low to high light with little issue. This is the straight leaf variety that also grows leaflets at the tips of the Major leaves ( Windelov).
$3.25

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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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Madagascar Lace Sprouting Bulb

Madagascar Lace Sprouting Bulb

( Aponogeton madagascarensis)Aponogetons are bulb plants but the get quite a root structure when growing well. They have wonderful leaves that make a real statement. Aponogeton madagascarensis has deep mossy green almost leaves that are almost entirely the veining of the leaf with no fill in leaf flesh. Aponogetons like to bloom but do not let them do it. If you see a bloom stalk developing, pinch it off because if they are allowed to bloom successfully then they go into a dormant period with no leaves or growth. They Like Medium to High Light but it must be indirect and diffused as the Madagascar Lace will easily succumb to algae growth on its leaves. Plant it under an arching piece of driftwood. These are bulbs sprouting.
$5.30

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