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Alternanthera reineckii ‘Mini’

  • Deeply red low-growing stem plant
  • One of the very few red foreground plants
  • Sets a strong colour accent

Anubias barteri var ‘coffefolia’

Anubias Coffeefolia is a beautiful variant of the common Anubias Barteri that can grow to about 12 inches tall. Like

Anubias barteri var. ‘Coffeefolia’

  • Medium-sized Anubias
  • Distinctive leaf structure
  • Dark green coloration
  • Young leaves light ochre-brown
  • Robust and undemanding

Anubias barteri var. nana ‘Petite’

  • Small-leaved epiphyte
  • Very popular for aquascaping
  • Robust, hard leaves
  • Suitable for nano tanks

Anubias barteri var. nana Petite ‘Snow Flake’

  • Type: epiphytes
  • Lighting requirement: medium to high light
  • Growth rate: slow
  • Hardiness: medium
  • Size: 5~7cm tall

Aponogeton longipulmosis

Having an undulating, green narrow leaves. The leaves grows out upward.

Blyxa novoguineensis

  • Grasslike plant for the midground
  • Grows up to approx. 30 cm in height
  • Reddish green to dark red tones
  • Rarely available

Bucephalandra Kishii- ADA jungle plants

Buchepalandra kishii or what we said by B. Skeleton king is one of the familiar commercial names in the middle

Bucephalandra sp ‘sintang’

  • Type: epiphytes
  • Origin: south east asia
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Height: 3-5+ cm
  • Light Demand: low
  • CO2: Medium

Cryptocoryne axelrodi

  • Also known as Cryptocoryne axelrodii
  • Time-tested popular Crypt
  • Leaves narrow lanceolate, with undulate margins
  • Brown hues, dark marbling

Cryptocoryne lucens

  • Also known as Cryptocoryne lucens
  • Relatively small green Crypt
  • Robust and undemanding
  • Narrow lanceolate leaves

Cryptocoryne parva

  • The smallest Crypt
  • Forms narrow-leaved cushions or lawns
  • Robust, slow-growing

Cryptocoryne spiralis ‘red’

  • New Cryptocoryne form from India
  • Dark brown-red, strongly wavy, narrow leaves
  • Decorative plant for the midground

Cryptocoryne spiralis ‘tiger’

It has a very unique pattern on its slender reddish leaves. Since it grows long, it is suitable for background.

Cryptocoryne Spiralis ‘Tiger’

This Cryptocoryne is a remarkable novelty from India. It is a form of Cryptocoryne spiralis but resembles much red-brown forms