Cornuta watersprite var

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Cryptocoryne parva

Cryptocoryne parva is the smallest of all Cryptocorynes. It is one of the few species that does not significantly change its leaf shape and colour depending on cultivation conditions. It needs more light than most other Cryptocorynes because it almost loses its leaf blade under water. So it must never be overshadowed by other plants. Individual plants should be planted a few centimetres apart, and after about six months they will form a cohesive low group of plants. Recommended for foreground planting.

Author: Tropica

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Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia RARE

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Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia can form slightly pink leaves under water, and in good growing conditions it grows very large. It has characteristically horizontal leaves on a long leaf stem. It rarely suffers from so-called cryptocoryne disease.

Author: Tropica

 
 

Eusteralis stellata 'broad leaf'

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 Eusteralis stellata 'broad leaf' a lot easier to grow than the regular stellata.  This is one beautiful plant.  I got 2 of these from Ghori who picked them up @ the AGA
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Giant Hairgrass potted ( Eleocharis montevidensis )

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Hottonia palustris

This plant needs plenty of light, and prefers slightly acidic water. Hottonia palustris is most beautiful when planted in a compact group. It will soon bush out, but can be pruned easily if it grows too big, after which it quickly forms new side shoots. H. palustris is easy to propagate using side shoots or cuttings, which should be cut off and planted in the bottom. It is also suitable for garden ponds, and is used in natural medicine.

Author: Tropica
 

Klenier Bar Sword RARE

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Petite Anubius Nana

Very rare hard to find aquarium plant just offered in the aquarium trade.
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Ranalisma rostrata

Here's a foreground plant you've probably not seen before. Ranalisma rostrata - SHORT, bright green aquarium plant that spreads rapidly via runners to form a lush carpet. This is NOT E. tennelus. Ranalisma rostrata stays short - around 1.5" in height

Red Hormani Sword RARE

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This version of red was developed by Robert Gasser, a famous grower in the 70s. He passed away a couple of years ago. It has a leaf shape like a red rubin, but much darker red. It grows slowly, needs only moderate light and is a heavy root feeder. Needs lots of nitrogen at the roots.
 

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