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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.

Filigree Frill

Giant Hairgrass potted ( Eleocharis montevidensis )

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Giant hygro ( Hygrophila siemensis )

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  • Giant hygro ( Hygrophila siemensis ) is a Medium speed grower that makes a stunning centerpiece or back plant for your aquatic enviroment
  • The high green color creates a spectacular contrast with other plants like rotala magenta or wallachi.
  • This plant as one that all of the beginers will love.
  • In an open aquarium, it grows easily above the water surface where it will form blue-green leaves and small blue flowers.
  • My amano shrimp love to frolic on this plant

Green Cabomba

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A very popular aquarium plant owing to its beautiful foliage. The least demanding of the Cabomba species, but still causes problems in poorly lit aquariums. If there is not sufficient light, try Limnophila sessiliflora, which requires less light. Most decorative when planted in groups. Eaten locally as a vegetable.
Author: Tropica

Green Hygro ( Hygrophila polysperma )

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Gymnocoronis Var

Hedge Bronze

Hedge Cherry

Hedge Green

Heteranthera zosteraefolia AKA stargrass Grade a-B

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Heteranthera zosterifolia is an extremely beautiful plant which forms a lot of side shoots and thus quickly forms a bushy plant group. In strong light growth is intensive, and the plant must be pruned before it becomes so compact that no light reaches the lower leaves. Water roots often form on the stem. In open aquariums it forms small blue flowers if some shoots are allowed to spread on the surface.

Author: Tropica

Hornwort ( Coonstail )

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Ceratophyllum demersum has whirled leaves which are densely crowded at the apex of beautifully branched stems, whereas inter-nodes may exceed 3 cm in length at the base of older stems. Ceratophyllum demersum is an obligate, submerged perennial plant which does not form roots. In Nature it is usually found buried in sandy to silty sediments where it anchors itself by modified leaves. Ceratophyllum demersum often forms monospecific populations and is found down to 10m depth as individual very slow-growing plants. In the aquarium, on the other hand, it prefers relatively high light, and it does not tolerate transportation for extended periods. It excretes substances toxic to algae (allelopathic behaviour) and under good growth conditions, it efficiently inhibits most algae growth. It is also a great plant for brackish tanks and will tolerate a certain amount of salinity.
Author: Tropica

Hygro red Banned by gov

Limnophia aromatica RARE


There are several varieties of this plant. The variety grown by Tropica is said to come from Malaysia. It is characterised by its narrow green leaves, which are purple underneath. Like most other red plants, the colour depends on a supply of intensive light. CO2 addition promotes growth significantly, and it also thrives in hard water. Limnophilla aromatica is easy to propagate by cuttings.

Author: Tropica

Limnophia aromatica produces a distinct smell from this plants stem.  Will also flower.

Quite rare plant that is similar to eustralis stellata.

Stunning green with red highlights.

1 stem



Lloydelia Gold

Lloydelia Green

Ludwigia acurata



  • This plant is another hard to find oddity featured in many of Amano Landscapes
  • It can either be red, orange or yellow depending on lighting and nutrients
  • Its fine wispy leaves create a stricking contrast in your aquarium
  • ( 3 Freshwater Plants ) Prefers higher lighting

Ludwigia arcuata (Needle leaf Ludwigia )

Ludwigia arcuatais a beautiful plant most suitable for open aquaria where it willingly grows above the water. The emergent leaves are much smaller than the larger lanceolate and opposed aquatic leaves. The stem and the leaves are in both cases reddish coloured though most intensively in the emergent form. It often flowers with small golden-yellow flowersand it is easily propagated from the seeds as well asfrom cuttings. Ludwigia arcuata shows a strong seasonal rhythm and the lower leaves are shed during the winter. Also, cuttings root very poorly during wintertime. The plant prefers a rather rich substrate to grow optimally - a mixture of unwashed sand and mud/clay inthe ratio of 10:1 is fine. Ludwigia arcuata requires high light whereas water hardness does not seem to make much difference in plant performance.
Author: Tropica

  • Ludwigia arcuata (Needle leaf Ludwigia )is very attractive, and easy to keep.
  •  It typically has a nice reddish color to it prividingg a stricking contrast with plants like Anubius or giant hygro.
  •  Beginning leaves remain short, but older leaves of this beautiful aquatic plant can grow longer than an inch.
  • This plant thrives with light
  • This is a rare plant to find in good condition, especially in the winter.
  • (2  Freshwater Plant cuttings)
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Ludwigia broad - red Repens

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Ludwigia repensis a beautiful and fast growing aquarium plant. The leaves are olive-green usually with a red lower side. Ludwigia repens thrive even in moderate light though the red colour becomes less intensive. In open aquaria the plant easily grow out of the water where yellow flowers areproduced. It is an easy plant which is propagated by cuttings. Cutting the larger plant also results in a more bushy appearance. Ludwigia repens requires a quite nutrient rich substrate as most other fast growing plants. During the summer-time Ludwigia repens can be grown outdoors in shallow ponds. Often, Ludwigia repens is mistakenly sold for L. natans inthe shops.
Author: Tropica

Ludwigia glandulosa, ( peruensis )

  • Ludwigia glandulosa, ( peruensis ) a beautiful deep red/ purple leaved plant
  • A background plant that needs high light and co2 is preferred
  • 4-6 plants

Ludwigia Narrow-Red

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Ludwigia Needle - Red

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Marsh Mermaid


Fine leaved plant that prefers higher lighting and co2 levels

Mayaca fluviatilis

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  • Mayaca fluviatilis is a small stem plant that prefers higher lighting and co2 if possible.
  • These aquarium plants look better in groups of 12 or more.
  •  New growth is a light green while the older growth is tends to be darker.  

Mexican Oakleaf Shinnersia rivularis

Shinnersia rivularis or 'Mexican Oak Leaf' is a beautiful and very fast rowing swamp plant. However, it thrive well under water too, and it is there fore well suited for aquaria as well as paludaria. The leaves are brightly green and very variable though often lanceolate in appearance. It requires high light to produce maximum growth rates but more moderate light is sufficient in most cases. The substrate does not seem to be very important and even free floating shoots continues to grow and soon adventitious shoot are formed, too. When grown as a swamp plant Shinnersia rivularis can grow up to 1 m tall. In addition, the plant can be used in garden ponds during summertime. See also fish-proof plants from Tropica Aquarium Plants.
Author: Tropica

Moneywort ( Bacopa monnieri )


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