Cabomba Aquatica Bunch

  • Dimensions: Up to 70cm
  • Model: P2020260
Price:
£4.50
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Description

Cabomba aquatica is one of the most well known aquatic plants as it's been around since the hobby began. A great oxygenator, it does need a lot of light in order to flourish. But once it does, it sways beautifully in the current. Trim this plant regularly otherwise it becomes bare at the bottom. 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.

Cabomba does not have roots.

A typical bunch contains 4-5 stems.

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by Annamaria F.
This is my favourite plant. It is a lively and looks amazing in the tank. However it comes without roots so difficult to keep them down without a plant weight. It also melts, which could be due to my fish nibbling on it, or because the water in my tank is not suitable. Not sure.

 
by june s.
I bought this plant along with some other ones and they are all growing away very nicely. The quality of the plants is 2nd to none and I have no qualms about recommending this company to anyone.

 
by Alexander A.
2 decent bunches arrived promptly and well packaged, currently getting established in tank

 
by Karl B.
A small sad bunch for the money.

 
by Barry L.
Excellent condition plant which arrived promptly and packed well. It is now thriving in my aquarium.

 
by Janet W.
The plants I received were OK some stems were very short or broken, have put them together to form one bunch. As on my other review be aware of possible hitchhikers as I found a planaria the next day that was either from this or bogwood with anubias.

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Guest
Is that plant can be together with shrimps and snails?

 
Staff

Yes


 
Guest
Any advice on how to stop the stems detaching and floating around the tank? I have a very low water flow due to it being a Betta tank so Im pulling my hair out trying to get this to work. I really love the look of the plant.

 
Staff

Not really - bury them deeper is the best option



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