Lysimachia nummularia 'aurea'

  • Stock: 11 units in stock
  • Dimensions: up to 30cm
  • Model: P2020880
  • Origin: Cultivated
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£4.99
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Description

Extremely similar to the standard nummularia however the Lysimachia nummularia 'aurea' will tell you straight away if your aren't giving it enough attention and nutrients with stagnation and stunted growth.

This plant will decorate your tank with different strains of light and dark golden stems and looks particularly good if planted amongst some darker plants or rocks.

Suitable from 15-30

 
by Sophie K.
Arrived quickly in great condition. Seems to be thriving in my fancy goldfish grow out tank.

 
by Sarah W.
This plant is beautiful. A lovely vibrant green which really stands out in the tank.

 
by Toria C.
Well packaged, lovely healthy plant.

 
by Warren S.
Received well packed as always, plant in great condition growing well in my tank

 
by Gillian S.
This plant looks lovely in the tank. We shall see whether or not the fishes eat it, which is part of the 'deal' of course! The plants are despatched wrapped up immaculately against all eventualities, including 'Arctic conditions' ! I wouldn't have believed that they would survive an unscheduled delivery delay of four days in extreme weather conditions, but they arrived in top condition, albeit rather cold! Well done to all concerned! This is the place to buy online aquatic plants!

 
by David B.
I love this plant . It has a light green colour that goes fine with darker coloured plants behind it . The plant came to me about 3" high. I was shocked how quickly i received the plants and i would highly recommend you buy your plants from Aqua Essential's . The service is excellent .

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Guest
Would this plant be ok under medium light towards the top of the plant but in the shade from the middle down

 
Staff

yes it would be fine


 
Guest
Will shrimp or goldfish eat this ?

 
Staff

not sure - we cannot advise on this



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