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.

Parrot Feather

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  • Awesome fast growing freshwater aquarium plant

Potamageton Gayi

  • This is a stunning beauty if you treat it right
  • Another Amano classic that was aquared through trading
  • This one has bronze and green leaves
  • Available but very small
  • Super Fragile no gaurentee this one can make it.
  • Prefers high lighting and co2

Potamogeton perfoliatus

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  • Thin leaved green wafer like leaves
    This plant has a transparnt greenish color almost the color and consistancy of anacharis.
  • Seems to do well under our high lights.
  • Rare fast growing plant
  • 1 freshwater aquarium plant
  • You have to see the close up to appreciate this rare plant

Purple Waffle

Purple Waffle

Red Cabomba Wild

Family: Cabombaceae
Scientific Name: Cabomba furcata
Common Name: Red Cabomba
Distribution: South America
Height: 40-100
Width: 5-8
Light Required: very high
Temperature: 24-30
pH: acid-neutral
Ease of care: difficult
Notes: Until recently, Cabomba furcata was mistakenly sold as Cabomba piauhyaensis, but after a revision of the genus, the name has changed accordingly. Cabomba furcata is one the most difficult plants available for the aquarium hobby. Nevertheless, many people are very much attracted by the red-brown appearance of the plant with the finely dissected leaves. The red to violet flower is carried on a floating leaf which primarily develops in association with flowering but occasionally floating leaves are also set when the shoot apex reaches the water surface. Cabomba furcata requires very soft and slightly acid water with a nutrient rich substrate, but much more important are the very high light demands. At sub-optimum growth conditions the plant soon starts to decay, to begin with at the base but later on also the shoot apex dies off. However, at good growth conditions Cabomba furcata grows just as fast as Cabomba caroliniana and planted in groups this plant turns out to be among the most beautiful in the aquarium.
Author: Tropica

Red Foxtail ( Myriophyllum )

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Red gold Cabomba

Red Temple ( Alternanthera reineckii )

Rorippa aquatica ( Waterdandelion )

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Rotala Macronda

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  • Another beautiful red plant featured in Takashi Amano aqua-scapes.  This is the plant on the far right of the picture.
  • This plant will only live in high light aquariums
  • Co2 should be present if you wish to be successful with this plant
  • This plant does not ship well.  Adding a cold pack for 4.99 is recommended
  • (4 Freshwater plants)

Rotala Magenta / macronda Var narrow leaf Grade A-B

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  • Rotala Magenta is a stunning plant that is much easier to keep than the wide leafed brother rotala macronda.
  • Prefers medium to high lighing in your fish tank.
  • Will thrive with co2 but this is not necessary.
  • (4-6 Freshwater plants)

Rotala rotundifolia (AKA Rotala indica)

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 Rotala Indica- If given enough light the leaves are a very pretty red color. Under more moderate light it stays green. Either color is attractive.  Very hardy and get be kept low or let it it grow to the top. When grown emersed the leaves are green and rounded. Submersed the leaves change to a much thinner and elogated.  This is by far one of easiest plants to grow, which sets it apart from of some of the other Rotalas.
  • Rotala rotundifolia (AKA Rotala indica) This plant has light red hues under strong lighting as seen in picture 2 and is a prolific grower.
  • These will be clippings off of my own.
  • This plant is a very hardy plant Which will thrive in most tanks without any special care.
  • 4-6 plants

Rotalla Wallachi

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  • This Plant has very thin leaves that do not fall off like many other thin leaved aquatic plants. 
  • Fish look elegant swimming  around this gentle amber colored plant. 
  • The top of this plant looks spectacular if grown in bright lighting. 
  • This plant is featured in many Takishi Amano aquascapes.
  • (4-6 freshwater Plants)

Sagittaria subulata ( giant Sagittaria )

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Sagittaria subulata is common and widespread in South and North America. It is a modest plant and therefore a good starter plant, though it prefers a relatively fine substrate. The narrow leaves it placed in a rosette and tubers are sometime set on the offshoots. Placed in the foreground it soon develops a dense cover from offshoots. For years Sagittaria subulata maintains its low growth form but dependent on for example age, light intensity and populationdensity it suddenly stretches up to a height of 50 cm andsets flowers. Such plants are often mistaken for Vallisneria. Replanted in the background of the aquarium Sagittaria subulata often turns back into the low growth form.
Author: Tropica



Sunset Hygrophilia ( Hygrophila polysperma )

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Hygrophila polysperma ‘Rosanervig’ is usually an undemanding plant. But if you want deep-pink leaves you must provide intensive light. The distinctive colouring of the light leaf ribs is probably caused by a virus which prevents chlorophyll from being produced in the cells around the leaf ribs, making them white. However, this virus does not affect other plants in the aquarium.

Author: Tropica
  • Hygrophila polysperma is a beautiful plant will add a pink sunset color making a dramatic highlight to your tank.
  • Easy grower that can tolerate low and high lighting conditions
  • (4-6 Plants)



Water Sprite ( Ceratopteris thalictroides )

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Ceratopteris thalictroidesis an aquatic fern. It is fast growing at high light levels and thus suitable for removing excessive in organicnutrients from the water in the aquarium. CO2enrichment enhances growth significantly. Ceratopteris thalictroides is very plastic according to size and grows quite big in large aquaria whereas the size is more moderate in smaller ones. It is extremely easy to reproduce because it is able to set adventitious plantsat the rim of the leaves. Just leave a leaf floating onthe water surface and new plants will develop in duecourse. For some reason this plant either grows like weedor it slowly dies off.
Author: Tropica
  • Water Sprite ( Ceratopteris thalictroides ) is a plant is a fast grower that quickly removes excess nutrients out of your water making a more hospitable tank enviroment for your fish. 
  • This plant can either be planted or left floating in your aquarium
  • It will put out long streaming roots for your fish if left floating.
  • Many betta breeders use this plant for breeding fry.
  •  It can grow under low, med or high lighting.

Willow leaf hygro ( Hygrophilia Salicifolia)

  • Willow leaf hygro ( Hygrophilia Salicifolia) A nice easy to grow plant ideal for low to high lighting
  • 3 stems

Wisteria ( Hygrophila difformis )

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This plant can be placed foreground midground or in the background areas of your tank 
  • Wisteria ( Hygrophila difformis ) plants can either be planted for small fry to hide in or left floating.
  • Encourage plant growth sidways and it makes a great addition as a forground plant in your aquarium.
  • This plant is a very hardy plant which will thrive in most tanks without any special care.  


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