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Commercially, it is also known as Christmas moss. It takes its name from the overhanging branches that look like those of a Christmas tree. Undemanding and very easy to cultivate, it can be shaped via regular pruning.
from 4,28 € *
The small Schraubenvallisnerie is suitable for small aquariums. She is very easy to hold and therefore perfectly suited for beginners. well with less good lighting conditions and she needs not any additional CO2.
from 3,98 € *
Vallisneria gigantea is an unproblematic and fast-growing plant for large aquariums. In good conditions, its long, narrow leaves may assume gigantic proportions.
from 2,28 € *
Classical aquarium plant with beautiful twisted, intense green leaves. Planted in groups it forms a nice contrast. Easy plant willingly spreads through foothills.
from 3,98 € *
Beautiful moss that is well suited for the planting of rocks and roots in the aquarium. Its beautiful appearance, the very low demands on water conditions and lighting make it a much loved aquarium plant.
from 3,98 € *
A very compact and bushy plant with fresh bright green. Staurogyne repens only about 5-10 cm tall and comes from the Rio Cristalino in Brazil. Moderately Challenging aquarium plant.
from 4,76 € *
Plant is very robust, is a very good indicator of water. Ideal for the foreground by big aquariums. Very well suited for aquariums newcomers.
from 4,28 € *
Plant needs many nutrients and loves soft water. The more light it gets more reddish, the petioles and leaves. Looks very good when they are planted as a street. An attractive, colorful highlight in every Nano Cube.
from 3,98 € *
Riccia was very commonly used by Takashi Amano in his aquascaping aquariums. Since it is a rootless, it needs to be fixed on roots or rocks with a fishing line. Best to Riccia thrives with CO2 addition.
from 4,76 € *
Forms creeping sprouts in or on the ground. The petioles then grow from nodal points from the sprouts. Requires a lot of light and CO2 fertilization.
from 4,28 € *