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Epic Aquatics - Limnophila aromatica
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Epic Aquatics - Limnophila aromatica

Epic Aquatics - Limnophila Aromatica Limnophila aromatica can be found growing in swampy or boggy soil in its native region of southeastern Asia. Light is the most important aspect of successful culture with L. aromatica,...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini
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Epic Aquatics - Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini"

This miniature version of the well-known Alternanthera is characterized by compact growth and a slower growth rate. It is particularly suitable for small aquariums or as a foreground plant in larger aquascapes. By careful trimming...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Ludwigia arcuata
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Epic Aquatics - Ludwigia arcuata

Ludwigia arcuata is one of the most delicate-looking Ludwigia species. It is widely spread in aquariums and originates in the southeast of the USA, where it grows creeping or submersed along rivers and on the...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Ammania gracilis
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Epic Aquatics - Ammania gracilis

Ammania gracilis is a moderately demanding plant that will not show its full potential unless its requirements are met. Lighting should be moderate. This stem plant prefers mildly acidic, moderately soft water although it is...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Ludwigia repens
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Epic Aquatics - Ludwigia repens

Ludwigia repens is one of the easiest red plants to grow in the aquarium, being able to grow in even lower light conditions. It also makes an excellent candidate for moderately lit, non-CO2 aquaria. When...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Hygrophila polysperma
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Epic Aquatics - Hygrophila polysperma

Hygrophila polysperma from South-East Asia is one of the hardiest aquarium plants available. Stems becomes 25-40 cm and 4-8 cm wide. It is particularly good for beginners because it grows in almost all conditions. It...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Rotala ceylon
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Epic Aquatics - Rotala ceylon

This fast-growing and hardy species of Rotala hails from Sri Lanka (former Ceylon,) where it grows in shallow water with plenty of light. It is a stem plant, with 6 to 8 stems each featuring...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Rotala rotundifolia
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Epic Aquatics - Rotala rotundifolia

Rotala rotundifolia from South-East Asia has long, thin leaves and 15-30 long stems, 2-3 cm wide including the leaves. Unlike other Rotala species, it is relatively undemanding, although it needs good light to produce red...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Hygrophila lancea sp. Araguaia
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Epic Aquatics - Hygrophila lancea sp. Araguaia

Hygrophila lancea from Japan and Hong Kong. The stem becomes 10-20 cm tall and 6-15 cm wide. It has compact, tight-sitting leaves and grows branches easily. Pinching of the stems maintains a bushy look. The...
R 54.95
Epic Aquatics - Hygrophila difformis
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Epic Aquatics - Hygrophila difformis

Hygrophila difformis from Asia is beautiful and undemanding. Stems becomes 20-30 cm tall and 6-12 cm wide. A plant for beginners which can help create a balance in the aquarium from the start. Its rapid...
R 54.95
Hygrophila polysperma
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Hygrophila polysperma

Hygrophila polysperma from South-East Asia is one of the hardiest aquarium plants available. Stems become 25-40 cm and 4-8 cm wide. It is particularly good for beginners because it grows in almost all conditions. It...
R 54.95
ADA - Rotala sp. Ceylon tissue culture
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ADA - Rotala sp. Ceylon tissue culture

Rotala sp. 'Ceylon' was originally introduced from Sri Lanka (Ceylon). R. sp. 'Pink' since about 2012 This pretty Rotala form was often used by Takashi Amano for his aquascapes. Since about 2012 it is also...
R 160.00

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