Egeria najas (Anacharis Narrow Leaf) Bunch

  • Model: p2020625
  • Origin: Cultivated
Price:
£3.99
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Description

Fast-growing plant with curled, grass green small pointed leaves. The leaves are close together on a fleshy stalk. The plant will compete with algae and is ideal for a starter aquarium. The plant does not need much light but needs a temperature of at least 22C.

Note: This plant does not come with the weight in the picture In addition, as it is a true aquatic plant there are chances of snails or snail eggs. As we buy from European stock, pesticides are never used. Whilst we do our very best to remove any that we see, we wanted to make you aware that this is a possibility.

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by Tracey C. on 3/5/2020

Plants arrived in excellent condition and are doing brilliant in the aquarium.

by Hazel C. on 16/3/2020

A high quality product. Bought for photosynthesis required practicals in school. It performs excellently, giving the students a very good set of results. We shall use this again in preference to Camomba. It has been a much better choice for our students.

by Karl B. on 17/12/2019

Disapointingly small bunch for the cost.

by Michael E. on 15/11/2019

Fell apart as soon as they came out the bag

by Adrian W. on 28/10/2019

Very happy with this

by Jaki P. on 25/3/2019

Super bushy plant, nice and healthy, I can see new growth within a week.

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Guest
How tall does this plant grow ? Thanks

 
Staff

Can get to 40cm in ideal conditions


 
Guest
What is the best way to plant these in sand substrate?

 
Staff

push them into substrate with tweesers


 
Guest
Are your plants shrimp safe?

 
Staff

yes


 
Guest
Do I just drop these into my pond as is or do they need to be planted in a pot first?

 
Staff

both work fine


 
Guest
would this plant be ok with a bright light or would that melt it ? thank you

 
Staff

If you have bright light you need CO2. If you have that as well, this plant will flourish 


 
Guest
is liquid co2 ok ?

 
Staff

it's fine with this plant


 
Guest
thanks for your help

 
Guest
how big is it when we get it delivered

 
Staff

They vary but about 20cm


 
Guest
Can this be planted in sand?

 
Staff

We recommend it is planted in a nutrient rich substrate.



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