- Buyer will receive a Fresh Live Aquatic Plant as on second display pictures. It is a sample from our merchandise stock. - All our aquatic plants are grown in Thailand and passed USDA inspection. - All our Aquatic Plants listed on Amazon are mature and fresh plants in healthy condition. - The Exotic garden guarantee all plants to be healthy, fresh, vigorous growers and based on to their botanical name and variety. - 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.Â - If you have any problems when receiving our plants, please should not hesitate to email and contact us;Â we will make it RIGHT.
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Imported from the Rain Forrest in Thailand - USDA Certified
A. barteri var. nana is the smallest form of anubias. With petiole of up to 5 cm long.
This plants come in loose plants that live aquatic plants hobbyist can make their own creation, imagination for their aquarium decorations.
Product Information Specifications for Exotic Live Aquatic Plant For Fresh Water Aquarium Anubias nana Loose L019 By Jayco **Buy 2 Get 1 FREE Below:
3 Blyxa Japonica, Live Aquarium/Aquatic/Foreground/Stem Plant, Aquascaping,planted tank
- PLEASE DO NOT BUY IF THE DAY TIME TEMPERATRUE IN YOUR AREA IS ABOVE 85 FOR THE COMING WEEK - Please be aware that the shipping date is subject to change due to extreme weather or cold temperature - Shipping can be postponed if the day time temperature in your area is below 32 or above 80 - In case of DOA, we will replace or issue full refund - A special light for aquatic plants is required to grow water spangles indoor Common Name: Blyxa japonica Proper Name: Blyxa japonica Origin: Asia Temperature: 22 - 28 C PH: 5.0 - 7.0 Lighting: Medium Growth Rate: Medium Difficulty: Medium Position: Mid-Ground
12 Amazon Frogbit (Limnobium Laevigatum), Live Aquarium /Aquatic Floating Plant by G&Z
PLEASE DO NOT BUY IF THE DAY TIME TEMPERATRUE IN YOUR AREA IS BELOW 35 OR ABOVE 85 FOR THE COMING WEEK Each order will contain 12 Amazon Frogbit plants, each plant should have at least 3 leaves, just like the ones shown in the 2nd picture.
Zones 4 - 11. This aquatic perennial's tuberous roots colonize the soil at the bottom of earth-bottom ponds, or the soil in containers fully submerged in lined ponds. The stems of the leaves can reach the surface of water that's nearly two feet deep-and then continue upward, above the water, a few inches or even a foot farther. The roots don't tolerate frost but the tubers and roots are hardy anywhere the water above the soil is deep enough that the pond's surface-ice doesn't freeze all the way down to the soil, and yet is not so deep that their leaves can't reach at least a bit above the water's surface to get the full sun they need to grow and flower: From the frost-free tropics of Zone 11, then, all the way down to the seriously-Wintered Zone 4 of Northern Vermont and Canada. Few plants, aquatic or terrestrial, have such a world-wide versatility.