Echinodorus rose

  • Stock: 4 units in stock
  • Dimensions: up to 30cm
  • Model: P2020610
  • Origin: South America
Price: £5.99 £4.9917% off
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Coming from South America the Echinodorus rose is a beautiful and neat aquatic plant with shapely oval leaves and streamline slender stems this plant flourishes readily when planted in a good, rich substrate. A truly stunning mid to background plant that flourishes easily. The leaves tend to start off a pinky colour and then as they mature onto a greener colour.

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by Peter M.
Excellent quality plant. Looks healthy with plenty of foliage. Fits well into our tank.

by joanna p.
My musk turtle do not eat enchidorus plants, so at list one plant survive

by Tracey A.
Strong healthy plant

by janet e.
This is the second order received from you. Again, I am so pleased with the quality and size of these plants.

by Eric H.
This a beautiful plant, new growth is pinkish red. I have two in different areas and there are subtle differences to leaf formation and colour, one a much more deeper red than the other. My nerite snails do a great job in keeping the leaves looking good

by Reggie W.
This plant arrived in top condition but it appears to be a bit slower growing compared to other Echinos. In 10 days it has only produced 1 new leaf whilst others have produced 2 -3. It could be that it requires a bit more light as it is overshadowed by a taller plant

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how tall does this plant grow?


about 30cm

how do I plant this plant I have a pond


not suitable for ponds

My 2 plants which I purchased last month have sent out long stems, should I remove them?


Those would be flower stalks. Quite nice when they hit the surface. I leave them, but it's up to you - if you want to see a flower, then don't touch, but otherwise you'll need to remove.

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