Lagenandra meeboldi Red

  • Stock: 13 units in stock
  • Model: p2020780
  • Origin: South East Asia
Price:
£5.99
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Description

Laganandra is part of the Cryptocoryne family, but it's slightly different being hardier.

The leaves are a beautiful colour and can get up to 30cm long with the right conditions. If you plant it in groups, it becomes a focal point and looks wonderful amongst all the other greens.

It's a slow grower which means it doesn't require very much light or food and for this reason, great for beginners.

 
by Kenneth J.
The red tinge of the leaves makes a very attractive contrast against the greens of my other plants. It arrived in good condition and is doing well. Very pleased.

 
by Sandra M.
Decent size

 
by Sandra C.
Like the deep green colour gives the plant arrangement a variety of different greens

 
by Raymond W.
Beautiful healthy plant bigger than I thought it would be, growing well in my aquarium

 
by Deborah C.
Fast delivery and great condition on arrival. With a small tank I only ordered 1 pot but divided it into multipal plants. The leaves are large and a wonderful dark green with reddish undertones. Very stunning especially when planted with a bright green stemmed plant. My actual plant was taller than I expected but I am sure this will vary form plant to plant. Not a problem but did mean I had to adjust where I was intending to plant some of them and the over all look is a bit different. Still looks amazing and I am glad I ordered it.

 
by Raymond W.
Plant arrived in great condition, decent size and is growing well.

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Guest
Hi when are you expecting this plant to be back in stock please? I don't want to place an order today and then it come in tomorrow lol.

 
Staff

maybe Friday depending on the growers


 
Guest
Will this be OK planted in Coral sand substrate for Cichlid tank? Was not planning to put any root tabs in as other plants will be Anubias and Microsorum on root and rock.

 
Staff

Coral sand is not suitable for freshwater plants. Completely wrong pH.



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