Ceratophyllum demersum bunch (Hornwort)

  • Stock: 9 units in stock
  • Model: P2020280 1080
  • Origin: South America
Price:
£5.99
Qty :

Qty Discounts Off Price
1-2
£5.99
3-4
£5.39
5+
£5.09
Suggested Position
Skills Required
Temperature RequirementsCO2 RequirementsLighting Requirements

Description

Ceratophyllum demersum (also known as Hornwort) was found in a smaller tributary in Bolivia during an expedition to Rio Guapore, a boundary river between Brazil and Bolivia. Ceratophyllum has no roots as such, but it can still be planted in the bottom of an aquarium and stems can become up to 80 cm tall and 5 cm wide. It has lateral shoots, which gives it an attractive, compact appearance.

Note: The picture shows a lead weight at the bottom of this plant  - we do not send with this as it can damage the plant during transit. So when the stems arrive with you simply push them into your substrate with tweezers so they are about 3cm deep. 

by Gaynor C. on 14/10/2019

A beautiful, healthy plant which came well packed. I'd definitely buy again.

by Michael Y. on 8/10/2019

Arrived in very good condition and looks great in the aquarium.

by Jordan M. on 21/8/2019

Arrived in great time... have been in my tank 5 days and they have grown so much... at least 3-4 inches !! Great product... many thanks

by Christopher R. on 3/8/2019

great product really gives the fish a real oxygen boost well worth it

by Beverley H. on 9/7/2019

Very pleased with this plant,started to grow in my tank within a couple of days look very nice

by Robert P. on 18/6/2019

5 star service! Arrived in great condition!! Definitely recommend this plant. Looks amazing in the tank. Thanks

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Guest
does this plant come in a pot or with roots if its cuttings how many do you get in a bag thx james

 
Staff

No pot, just stems, You get a portions worth which varies depending on how much Tropica have available!


 
Guest
If this plant does not have roots, can it be tied onto rocks aka the HC video recently highlighted on your website?

 
Staff

Sadly not. Plant only into substrate and push in deep enough and it holds fine.


 
Guest
Mine have grow very long can it be trimmed and cuttings replanted

 
Staff

yes


 
Guest
Will this help reduce high nitrates in my goldfish tanks? My tap water is high in nitrate to begin with and I'm desperately trying to reduce nitrate levels for my fish. They are currently 80ppm. I don't have much gravel in my tank to weigh this plant down can it just float? And can i still have my air stone bubbling when this plant it in the tank. Thanks in advance for any info

 
Guest
Also do I have to rinse or sterylise the plant before putting it in my tank? And how do I do it

 
Staff

It will help reduce nitrates and can be used as a floating plant. No plants we sell need to be sterilised 


 
Guest
Is that price just for 1 plant ?

 
Staff

yes



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