Bacopa amplexicaulis (Giant bacopa)

  • Stock: 9 units in stock
  • Dimensions: up to 40cm
  • Model: P2020215
  • Origin: North America
Price:
£4.99
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1-3
£4.99
4+
£4.49
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Description

Bacopa amplexicaulis (sometimes called Bacopa caroliniana) is a charming aquatic plant with neat and compact stems and leaves. An attractive shade of green that will bring radiance and vibrancy to your aquarium. Very easy to grow and easy to take cuttings from.

The colour of the leaves totally depends on how much light you offer this plant. Under really high lighting the leaves can turn a shade of bronze (very nice!) or even red. This plant can even grow in brackish conditions making it super versatile.

by Helen H. on 9/2/2021

A very good quality plant that is growing well in my aquarium.

by David B. on 15/12/2020

Fabulous looking plant and is already growing away nicely . I would highly recommend you buy off Aqua Essential's . Delivery was very fast .

by Adam W. on 15/12/2020

Healthy plant received & it seems to be doing well. These are essentially a few separate plants so you're getting more than one which is great value. I purchased this Bacopa along with some other plants & they all arrived in fantastic condition. Excellent service, great prices & superb products. Thank you.

by Ray J. on 17/4/2020

Prompt delivery and plant arrived in lovely condition and doing very well.

by Luke W. on 11/4/2020

This is the first time I’ve added live plants to my aquarium. It’s been nice to move away from plastic plants and adds a new dynamic to the tank. The plant came well packaged and was easy to add to the tank. I’ll be ordering more from aqua essentials in the future.

by Mel C. on 8/4/2020

Ordered this plant amongst others recently - fabulous service and products - quick arrival, packaged well and plants are so healthy with a lovely amount of roots - keep up the good work ??

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Guest
do i leave the plants in the pots when i put them in the tank

 
Staff
Always remove from pots and split up into 5/6 plants

 
Guest
are these plants suitable for marine tank

 
Staff

This plant is suitable for brackish waters but not marine.



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