Set Box of 12 Aquarium Plants - Oki

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Description

The word Oki means big in Japanese and this is the inspiration of this particular mixed box of 12 plants. This selection consists of plants that grow large and generally quite fast. So great for those of you who have larger aquariums or if you're looking for a mix of 12 larger plants.

The plants in this Mixed Box of Hayai are exactly what you will receive.


Kit Components
2 XEchinodorus radicansEchinodorus radicans

Echinodorus radican is a lovely strong aquarium plant that originates in South America. With oval leaves and long stems, its deep green colour makes it look quite special. What you willnotice about Echinodorus radicans is that it can grow quite large - up to 70cm and as a result makes the pefect plant for open top aquariums. Of course, this is in ideal conditions so in most cases is rarely gets to that size but somethng to consider.

Excellent background plant, easy for beginners.

 

£11.98
2 XEchinodorus bleheri (Amazon sword)Echinodorus bleheri (Amazon sword)

One of the most popular 'Amazon-swords' the Echinodorus bleheri'  can grow up to 50-60 cm in height and the mature plants can have up to 50 leaves, each growing around 3-6cm in size. Also known as Echinodorus paniculatus it's really easy to grow and will require little care for hobbyists making it perfect for beginners and up. Because this aquarium plant grows large, it's often used as a focal point so bear that in mind. However, in larger tanks, they look better placed behind stones.

In a CO2 infused tank, you'll be amazed at how quick new leaves grow and if you look carefully you will also see tiny oxygen bubbles coming from the leaves, another indication that it's growing fast.

£11.98
2 XAlternanthera reineckii PinkAlternanthera reineckii Pink

The purple colour underneath leaves of Alternanthera reineckii 'Pink' from South America provides an effective contrast to the many green plants in an aquarium - particularly when planted in groups. Stems becomes 25-50 cm tall. Good light encourages the leaves to turn red. Easy to propagate by nipping off the terminal bud and planting it in the substrate. This also makes the mother plant more bushy, because more side shoots are formed.

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2 XEchinodorus harbii RosaEchinodorus harbii Rosa

Echinodorus harbii Rosa is a beautiful background plant growing to approximately 40cm in height and has the typical strong root structure of most Echnidorus species. The harbii Rosa is a vibrant mix of different greens with the young leaves displaying small pink speckles.

With some Echinodorus plants, you can split them up, but this really depends on what size they are when they are sent out. If they can split, it will be obvious and don't worry about trimming any roots as this does not harm the plant.

An easy plant to grow and maintain makes it a great addition to any aquarium.

£11.98
2 XHygrophila corymbosa thailandsHygrophila corymbosa thailands

Hygrophila corymbosa 'Thailand' orignated from......you guessed it, Thailand. Reaching heights of up to 50cm, this fast growing plant produces beautiful lilac flowers. Under strong light they produce reddish brown leaves where as under average light they produce green leaves.

When planting this plant in the substrate try using 2 or 3 rocks to surround the stem, this will highlight the plant and help bring out the colour.

£9.98
2 XEchinodorus atlandsbergEchinodorus atlandsberg

Echinodorus atlandsberg is a dark coloured plant that grows to approximately 40cm in height. The stems are strong and new leaves are pinkier and as they mature turn into a deep green. It's a relatively easy plant to grow, not requiring bright light which means it doesn't grow too fast either. As a result it's suitable for low maintenance tanks.

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by Sean P.
Excellent quality plants, great delivery. Job done

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