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By Holger Windelov

One hundred fifty vegetation on hand via Tropica with colour photos, description and care directions. Many attractive pictures.

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Plants from the tissue laboratory have the perfect start to their lives with optimum growth conditions in the form of light and nutrition, and they are produced in glass containers isolated from their surroundings. Uniformity, heightened survival capacity, greater compactness, many plants in each pot, enhanced adaptability – these are just a few of the good properties that can be ascribed to plants that begin their lives at Tropica’s tissue laboratory. 5 - 8 CODE: E HIGH FAST DIFFICULT Characteristic of Echinodorus ‘Aquartica’ are its round, bright green leaves.

Like most other Sri Lanka Cryptocoryne, it also grows well in hard water. See other Cryptocoryne for further information. 5 - 8 CODE: F HIGH FAST DIFFICULT There is some confusion about the name of this plant. It used (mistakenly) to be called Cryptocoryne nevillii, but this is the name of a species that has never been used in aquariums. Like many other Cryptocoryne, not much happens the first month after planting. But then it starts to grow, and willingly produces plenty of runners which form a compact group.

The transparent, ruby-red leaves with light leaf ribs provide a particularly intensive sheen. An undemanding plant whose growth is stimulated by CO2 addition and a nutritious bottom. A good solitary plant for large aquariums. 5 - 8 CODE: I HIGH FAST DIFFICULT Small foreground plants for aquariums are in short supply, but Echinodorus tenellus is one of the best. The runners spread round the aquarium, and growth is more compact when planted in a pot or between stones or other objects. A true ‘’lawn’’ effect is only achieved at high light intensities, so you must make sure larger plants do not overshadow the plant.

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