1- coldpack

At least one cold pack is HIGHLY suggested for the summer months.

Plants do not ship well in hot weather.

Please add @ least one to each order especially with red aquarium plants and grassy plants. Please read terms on refunds on plants.

Crypt Balansea

  • I would have to say the toughest of the crypts.
  • This crypt displays a leaf shaped like a blade of grass that can reach the top of the tallest of aquariums.
  • Display in bunches of 6 or more for a stricking planted aquarium
  • 1  Freshwater Aquarium Plant

    Cryptocoryne bronze wendtii XL potted

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    Cryptocoryne wendtii "Brown" is a beautiful brown variety of Cryptocoryne wendtii. It is a mistake to believe that Cryptocorynes require soft water. In large parts of Sri Lanka the water is hard, so Sri Lanka Cryptocorynes are almost all suitable for hard European water. If the plant is affected by the so called "cryptocoryne disease", do not remove it from the aquarium because a few weeks later it will produce new shoots. See other Cryptocorynes for further information.

    Author: Tropica

    Cryptocoryne bronze wendtii XL Var Tropica

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    • XL Aquarium plant
    • This  is an extra large Cryptocoryne bronze wendtii XL Var Tropica
    • Can grow under low to high aquarium lighting
    • Easy grower
    • 1 potted plant Cryptocoryne bronze wendtii XL Var Tropica

    Cryptocoryne Cilliata Small

    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

    Small portion 1 stem LIMITED AVAILABILITY

    Cryptocoryne Retrospiralis

    Cryptocoryne Spiralis Small

    Cryptocoryne spiralis XL plug

    • Cryptocoryne spiralis is an easy to grow tall grasslike aquarium plant.
    • It grows upward in a spiral pattern making an attract plant in your aquarium
    • It prefers medium lighting and will throw off runners after planting.
    • 1 XL plug

    Cryptocoryne Wendti Green Br

    • There are a few varients of this freshwater aquarium plant a green and a red/bronze
    • This a picture of the bronze varient. 
    • This makes a nice mid level plant that can be used as a centerpiece also.
    • No special lighting requirements and is a prolific grower
    • One Plant

    Cryptocoryne wendtii green Bare root

    Cryptocoryne wendtii "green" is anextremely versatile plant. The leaves vary much accordingto morphology and colour, and the colour ranges fromlight-green to red-brown depending on water and lightconditions. The same individual grown under differentenvironmental conditions changes so much that it ishardly recognized as the same species.

    It is beyond any doubt the easiest plant in the aquarium, and in contrast to common belief it thrives well in calcareous water. Though Cryptocoryne wendtii "green" benefits from arich substrate, excessive iron can cause crop failures and lavish CO2 addition can also cause 'Crypt Melting'. We recommend to remove older leaves before planting as they don't contribute to the overall energy supply to the plant anymore and simply removing them ensure a better performance of the plant in the new environment.

    Author: Tropica


  • Can grow under low to high aquarium lighting
  • Easy freshwater aquarium plant grower
  • 1 plant

    Red Crypt potted

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