Vallisneria spiralis Bunch (straight vallis)

  • Stock: 37 units in stock
  • Dimensions: grows up to 60cm
  • Model: p2021115
  • Origin: Asia
Price:
£3.99
Qty :

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1-3
£3.99
4+
£2.99
Suggested Position
Skills Required
Temperature RequirementsCO2 RequirementsLighting Requirements

Description

Contrary to its name, Vallisneria spiralis is actually a straight leafed plant but very easy to grow. Probably one of the oldest plants in the hobby it asks for very little. It's good in low light, medium light or even high light and reproduces quickly. It appreciates fertilisers but is able to grow without them too (just not so well or as quickly).

Great for covering up filters or other equipment in your tank. Note that all vallis is intolerant of liquid carbon and can melt if dosing it at the same time as growing this plant.

Vallisneria spiralis bunches consist of approximately 2- 3 plants which are approximately 20-25cm in length

Note: This plant does not come with the weight in the picture.In addition as it is a true aquatic plant there are chances of snails or snail eggs. As we buy from European stock, pesticides are never used. Whilst we do our very best to remove any that we see, we wanted to make you aware that this is a possibility.

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by Ian H.
Arrived a bit dog eared but it's valais so I expected that. I planted it and within a week it's got new growth and is doing very well beginning to send out runners. Another excellent plant that's easy to grow.

 
by Alex J.
Got 3 bunches, all leaves intact and snail free.

 
by Alex J.
Plant came alive and well, no broken leaves and got 3 bunches.

 
by Ramone K.
I love the little twists this plant has, and they grow reasonably quick too.

 
by rikki w.
great bunch actually split into 2 smaller bunch's and both are doing well already great buy.

 
by Christina B.
Really impressed with the quality of the plants, very few damaged leaves. I ordered two and managed to get 8 separate plants.

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Guest
Hi, I've read a few conflicting reports regarding trimming this plant. It is growing really well and is threatening to overrun my tank. Is it OK to trim it back with sharp scissors,thanks

 
Staff

Hi, yes it is fine to trim it back. Regular maintenance of plants is essential.


 
Guest
How many would I need to start in a 240l tank?

 
Staff

that totally depends on the look you are after


 
Guest
Can these be grown in a Pond? In the UK

 
Staff

During summer only



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