Tropica Hemianthus micranthemoides 1-2-GROW

  • Stock: 3 units in stock
  • Model: 048a TC
  • Origin: North America
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Description

Plant grown in a laboratory.

Hemianthus micranthemoides from North America is a graceful plant whose small, arched leaves make it look like a miniature version of Egeria. It has a characteristic trailing growth in intensive light, so it can be used as a foreground plant (stems from 10-20 cm tall, 2-3 cm wide). A compact group of Hemianthus micranthemoides is very beautiful with its small, light-green leaves.

In terrariums the plant forms a compact cushion.

Used to be called Micranthemum micranthemoides. 

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by ALFRED P.
I like the plants i get from Aquaessentials they are all in fantastic condition on arrival, all my future plants will come from Aquaessentials.

 
by Ainara D.
Arrived well packed and in good condition.

 
by Ludovica R.
There were a lot of plants in the containers, which is great value for money. They are also already spreading in my neely set up, no Co2 tank

 
by Adrian S.
First... Please add more real pictures to this plant.... It is not short and compact as most common hemiathus.... This plant is INSANE :) It needs CO2 and ferts and strong light. In this case, is growing like crazy!. I have to cut it every few days (10-15 cm grow). One cup of this was enough to cover 30 cm2 in 1.5 month... I had to remove it from the 2/3 of my tank :) I love this plant. It is pearling like crazy. It looks very nice. I think I will experiment with it with Malawi non-Mbuna :P because the carpet is very strong and maybe they would not be able to destroy it :P Otopharynx tetrastigma plus this plan.... :P Highly recommended!

 
by Tony W.
Arrived on time well packaged , good condition, have planted in tank will comment later on the growth of the plants.

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Hi, is this pearl weed?

 
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