Clinopodium brownei

  • Stock: 5 units in stock
  • Dimensions: Grows up to approx 30cm tall
  • Model: P2020317
Price:
£4.99
Qty :

Qty Discounts Off Price
1-2
£4.99
3-4
£4.49
5+
£4.24
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Description

Found in South America the Clinopodium brownei is actually a herb which is also know as lindernia anagallis. This particular plant is very decorative and is best suited for your Midground, however regular trimming is needing to keep this plant in control.

This beautiful plant also gives off a strong mint smell, try planting amongst rocks for the best effect to your tank.

 

 

by Rachel W. on 27/2/2017

I can't fault it as it looks good in the tank and arrived in excellent condition, smells nice as well!

by Stephen Wilson on 13/9/2016

Gr8 plant, arrived healthy and well packaged

by Micheal Brett on 30/7/2015

very good plant and a very good serviceto go with it

by Sarah Findlay on 2/10/2014

Nice plant. Split into many single shoots so am waiting to see what the result is in my tank. Nice leaves and good growth so far.

by Sara Hawkins on 15/8/2014

So far so good. Rusty and Paul the plecs have decided not to eat it! It is growing and producing roots. Another good buy from AquaEssentials. Great advice as usual.

by Catherine Booth on 25/7/2014

Great quality plants. I only buy plants from this company. That says it all!

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Guest
easy to grow?

 
Staff

Oh yes, very easy to grow :)


 
Guest
Hi There, how high does this plant grow too ?

 
Staff

30-40cm on average


 
Guest
Could you please tell me when you think this plant may be back in stock

 
Staff

thursday


 
Guest
will this plant survive under low lighting,

 
Staff

Most likely yes


 
Guest
Are they good for goldfish

 
Staff

Might be ok


 
Guest
i have a sub straight less tank, can it be attached to drift wood and still require no nutrients from a sub straight but only on tank water nutrients.

 
Staff

give it a go and see - hard to tell sometimes but it's a fast grower so as long as you have good nutrients in water then try it.



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