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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

Aponogeton longipulmosis

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

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.

Cyperus helferi

  • Grasslike high-growing rosette plant
  • Elegant appearance
  • Slow growth

Eleocharis vivipara

  • Impressive grasslike background plant
  • Very thin, long stems
  • Very popular in aquascaping

Hygrophila lancea ‘Chai’

  • Unique pink Hygrophila
  • Bushy, low growth habit
  • Striking colour accent
  • New and rarely available

Ludwigia Glandulosa Peruensis

Ludwigia Peruensis also known as Ludwigia Glandulosa, is a beautiful amphibious plant that will grow either partially or fully submerged. In its fully submersed form, its spade-shaped leaves range in color from dark green to brownish-red

Ludwigia Senegalensis

  • Breath taking appearance
  • Reticular leaf patterns
  • Brick-red colour

Myriophyllum mattogrossense

  • Light green feathery leaves
  • Loosely upright bushy growth habit
  • Very popular in aquascaping

Myrophyllium sp. Guyana

  • A small fresh green Milfoil
  • Bushy growth habit, ramifies well
  • Easy to cultivate
  • Rare, hardly available in trade elsewhere

Pogestmon stellatus dassen

It has impressive leaves that grow large.

Pogostemon deccanensis

Pogostemon with slender leaves. Its delicate and pale impression expresses the beauty of a stem plant.

Pogostemon Erectus

  The more sophisticated Indian star grows to about 30 to 40 cm high and is perfect for the background of the aquarium. The fine-leaved Pogostemon Erectus is a light green radiant eye-catcher in the aquarium with its needle-thin, star-shaped leaves. The relatively upright growing Indian star plant needs additional fertilisation with CO2 and medium to strong light to develop really well. Regular pruning is well tolerated, then the plant doesn't spread but gets bushy.