Nymphaea lotus Bulb

  • Stock: 28 units in stock
  • Dimensions: Maximum height 40cm
  • Model: 3816
  • Origin: South East Asia
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Description

A beautiful bulb that develops with lovely brown/red leaves. These will reach to the surface of your aquarium making them particularly useful for tall aquariums.

The leaves can become quite large and offer excellent protection from the light for fish such as discus.

This plant is unlikely to cause much difficulty in the aquarium as it grows is a wide range of water conditions. It can survive in warm water (up to 30 degrees) and is ideal for a discus tank.

by George B. on 9/5/2020

Probably a bit too early to review. Started sprouting quite quickly but kept getting moved around by fish so anchored it down with pebbles. No seems to be growing vigorously with leaves and shoots. Looking forward to leaves reaching top of tank and maybe flowers. If that happens would definitely give five stars.

by David L. on 16/8/2019

Received very small bulb. Went mouldy after a few weeks. Binned it.

by Donato N. on 9/7/2019

Been in my tank a month and it hasn't flowered

by Agostinho U. on 21/6/2019

I cannot really comment and therefore give a mid point mark. There was no growth after a few days - perhaps not yet. Then one day I saw my shrimps were actually grazing on the bulbs!! Avoid it if you have bulb as it will become very expensive slack.

by Pat H. on 18/4/2019

Nice healthy bulb-growing very well

by Alison B. on 11/4/2019

I've had this bulb for a week or so now. 2 strong roots of about an inch long have appeared in this time! Can't wait to see the leaves. I had to remove the little bulb from my tank as my corydoras having been doing rather a lot of excavating around it! It's now in a tub of water in a terracotta pot with tropica substrate & sand, on my windowsill. Will return to tank once rooted in soil & leaves emerging...

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Guest
Hi,what is the best way to plant this bulb please.

 
Staff

Simply drop into place. That's all we do!


 
Guest
How long does it take before growth happens? I’ve had them in a few weeks and still nothing growing. A white fungus on some of them though, is that normal?

 
Staff

can take weeks but fungus doesn’t sound good

take it out and smell it. A bulb which is alive doesn’t smell and is firm



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