Aponogeton longiplumulosis Bulb

  • Stock: 8 units in stock
  • Dimensions: up to 60cm
  • Model: 02020200
  • Origin: Africa
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Originating from Madagascar the Aponogeton longiplumulosis Bulb is a beautiful centre piece for your tank. This bulb has bright green leaves that are scalloped and decorative. The leaves can grow up to 60cm given the right conditions.

This plant grows QUICKLY in the aquarium too under basic conditions. We provide it will very little light and it grows even with little water movement. We've tried it under faster water movement and it loves that too which means this plant is suitable for beginners and up.

In terms of positioning, obviously the background is the only suitable location. Simply drop it into the chosen location and leave it be. It will throw roots down and anchor itself. Note: All bulbs are sent without leaves (so bulb only).

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by Helen D.
great plant

by Deivydas B.
So poor quality than expected ,leaves aren’t even green ,couple of them but it looks like almost root. But not that bad because other plants that came together are amazing except some dpd courier slightly damaged them

by Mike A.
Quality bulb with good healthy leaves sprouting already. Was after madagascariensis , a few of which came available a few days later. First rate healthy goods.

by james s.
Best plant I have bought grows so fast amazing

by Andrew B.
Really good condition, started to grow in a matter of days and produced a beautiful flower within a few weeks!

Not impressed. No roots will leave in case it might do something.

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The image shown on aquaessentials seems quite different to those in google images. Will the bulb received grow to look that shown on aquaessentials? Thanks

Providing you give it the conditions it wants then yes

Would this be ok for a 90cms x 30 x45cms high 150litre tank? What do you class as a large tank?


For sure. I would say large is anything over 125L these days - used to be bigger but people have smaller tanks these days

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