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Cryptocoryne parva

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

Cryptocoryne wendtii ‘Pink Panther’

R300.00 R150.00
SALE PRICE-  this plant is close to the end of its shelf life   This Cryptocoryne is labeled ‘Pink Panther’

Echinodorus tenellus

  • Grasslike ground covering plant
  • Very narrow leaves
  • Olive green to reddish coloration
  • Spreads fast through runners

Elatine hydropiper

  • Looks like miniature Glossostigma
  • Very small-leaved ground covering plant
  • Also suitable for cold water tanks

Eleocharis pusilla (parvula)

  • Forms low-growing fine-leaved lawns
  • Reliable ground cover
  • Light green coloration

Glossostigma elatinoides

Glossostigma elatinoides is a very popular plant for Japanese-style tanks. It is one of the smallest aquarium plants, which makes it ideal for the foreground. A difficult-to-care-for plant that needs a lot of light.

Helanthium tenellum “parvulum”

  • Also known as Helanthium tenellum 'Broad Leaf'
  • Grasslike ground-covering plant
  • Light to medium green colours
  • Wider leaves than Helanthium tenellum

Hemianthus callitrichoides ‘Cuba’

  • The aquarium plant with the smallest leaves
  • Grows to form a dense carpet
  • Highly popular in aquascaping
  • Especially recommendable for nano tanks

Hydrocotyle cf. tripartita

  • Forms creeping or overhanging shoots
  • Pretty leaf form
  • Fresh light green colour
  • Can be used in many different ways
  • One of the most popular plants in aquascaping

Hydrocotyle tripartita ‘Mini’

Hydrocotyle Japan was made famous from frequent usage by famous aquascapers such as Takashi Amano. It is characterized by its clover-like leaves which can grow into compact bushes of green.

Littorella uniflora

  • Uncommon small rosette plant
  • Pointy, rigid leaves with round profile
  • Forms runners
  • Very slow grower
  • Also suitable for cold water tanks

Micranthemum tweediei (“Montecarlo-3”)

R180.00 R162.00
  • Also known as Micranthemum sp. "Monte Carlo"
  • Great ground cover
  • Forms compact flat cushions
  • Can also be grown overhanging
  • Not very demanding

Riccardia sp. “chamedryfolia”

  • Forms compact yet delicate cushions
  • Attaches itself to the hardscape
  • Very popular in aquascaping

Riccia fluitans

  • Popular carpet plant for Nature Aquaria
  • Soft, delicate texture Produces many silvery oxygen bubbles

Taxiphyllum barbieri “Java moss”

  • The most popular aquarium moss
  • Can be used in many ways
  • Undemanding
  • Very nice on driftwood