Limnophila heterophylla - fast growing!

  • Stock: 4 units in stock
  • Dimensions: grows up to 40cm
  • Model: P2020795
  • Origin: South East Asia
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£5.99
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Description

This plant should be in EVERY planted aquarium! It's fast and easy to grow and sways in the current. The contrast it provides makes it very eye-catching, particularly next to small leaf plants.

Limnophila heterophylla is a low demanding aquatic plant and a good alternative for Cabomba. It grows really fast and stems can reach up to 40cm height. The space between the stalks is minimum when you use intense light and CO2. The weaker the light intensity is, the bigger the space between the stalks gets. Suitable for all aquarium sizes.

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by Jan M.
Arrived in good condition. Very fast growing plant and has been trimmed after just two weeks.

 
by Simon W.
Arrived in excellent condition growing really fast

 
by Paul R.
The plant was of good quality, well packed and arrived quickly. It is growing nicely in my aquarium and needs pruning already.

 
by Norman H.
Great plants, excellent service

 
by Nadia A.
Lovely quality plants and are taking really well to my aquarium without soil. I am using the nutrient tablets at root level. They are growing at a decent pace.

 
by Peter C.
Does what it says on the tin, growing fast.

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Guest
How fast will it grow?

 
Staff

fast grower


 
Guest
Can you keep trimming this plant as it tries leggy and can you replant the trimmings? It is a get pretty plant

 
Staff

Yes and yes


 
Guest
How do you plant this in aquarium

 
Staff

remove from pot and rockwool and place into the substrate. Same for nearly all plants.


 
Guest
Is this plant snail free

 
Staff

more than likely but not guaranteed.

The only guarantee is tissue culture plants.


 
Guest
Do you plant in bunched together or separate?

 
Staff

separate them


 
Guest
could this live in an ecosystem tank?

 
Staff

Ecosystem?


 
Guest
Do you have to put the plants first and let them grow in the aquarium and then after some time put the fish in?

 
Staff

yes that's generally the best way

You can add fish once your nitrite is zero



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