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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

Blyxa novoguineensis

R198.00 R170.00
  • Grasslike plant for the midground
  • Grows up to approx. 30 cm in height
  • Reddish green to dark red tones
  • Rarely available

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 wendtii ‘Brown’

  • Robust time-tested Crypt
  • Lanceolate leaves with undulate margins
  • Brown hues

Cryptocoryne wendtii ‘Green Gecko’

  • Decorative, rarely available Cryptocoryne
  • Light green leaves with red-brown zone
  • Wavy leaf margin
  • Low demands

Cryptocoryne wendtii ‘Green’

  • Robust time-tested Crypt
  • Forms dense groups
  • Green to slightly brown hues

Cryptocoryne wendtii ‘Tropica’

  • Robust Crypt
  • Brown, hammered leaves
  • Suited for smaller tanks

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’

Eleocharis acicularis

  • Hairlike stems
  • Grows to form a medium-high lawn
  • Also suitable for cold water tanks

Hemianthus micranthemoides

  • Delicate fresh green stem plant
  • Small leaves
  • Forms dense bushes

Hydrocotyle verticillata

  • Uncommon appearance reminding of a mushroom
  • Form contrasts interestingly with other plants
  • Spreads horizontally

Hygrophila polysperma “Tiger”

  • Narrow-leaved high-growing stem plant
  • Leaves are marbled brown
  • Very fast grower, undemanding

Hygrophila sp. ‘Araguaya Sharp leaf’

  • Also called Hygrophila sp. "Araguaya Sharp Leaf"
  • Uncommon appearance Submersed leaves very narrow, reddish-brown
  • Creeping to bushy growth habit
  • Rather slow growth