Juncus repens

  • Dimensions: up to 50cm
  • Model: P2022105
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Juncus repens really is a delightful plant that grows up to 50cm in the wild however in the aquarium is rarely seen over 30 cm. This plant has 'grass' like characteristics with occasional star looking flowers on the tips.  Long wispy green leaves cascading from the centre of the plant.

This plant is capable of growing in low light conditions however it is much brighter and taller with adequate lighting. Looks great planted around large dark rocks.

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by Susan B.
Love this plant looks beautiful in the aquarium and it's growing nice and healthy in my tank

by Susan B.
This looks beautiful in the aquarium very pleased with this

by Romola Z.
I like the look of the plant but too many of the bottom leaves have started rotting which is unsightly.

by Stephen H.
A bit disappointing. Looked nice when planted but didn't last. Wasnt going to ask for a refund or replacement as the other plants I bought were very good.

by Andrew M.
Arrived quickly and in great condition

by Carol R.
Healthy when arrived planted well but a few days later did not look healthy leaving in tank to see if it survived

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Is this an easy plant to keep? I don't use any CO2.


Yes very easy. It will be fine in a non CO2 tank :)

How much will be received? Like the sample photo?


at the time of writing they're a bit smaller than the picture - but this will vary each week!

Hi my plants have gone completely Brown is this normal ?


They only do this if they are unhappy in their environment. So many factors effect plants but a few are:

Are you fertilising daily?

Do you add liquid carbon daily

Do you have nutrient rich substrate?

Is your lighting on for less than 8 hours per day?

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