New Anacharis Egeria Elodea Densa Tropical Live Aquarium Aquatic Plant BUY2 +1 Free

New Anacharis Egeria Elodea Densa Tropical Live Aquarium Aquatic Plant BUY2 +1 Free

Amazon.com Price: $7.50 (as of 27/05/2022 08:07 PST- Details)

You are buying 1 bunch (6 Stems 6-8 inches each of Anacharis Egeria Elodea Densa ).
Egeria densa, is most commonly known as Brazilian waterweed. Egeria densa is easy to grow and a beautiful plant for a tropical aquarium. It grows very well in high light with a water column fertilizer and Substrate fertilizer like root tabs.
It Grows Both with CO2 and without CO2.

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The plant’s you receive may or may not have roots. Once you plant them in the corners, root systems will normally start to develop within 1-2 weeks. In case of dead on arrival delivery, please take a clear pictures of the plants. And Send them in a Message on eBay. I will Do my Best to resolve the issue by offering replacement / refund. Instructions for planting Egeria Densa NO Need to place this plant into the substrate.Best way is to tuck it in the corner, Behind a Big Rock or Something Similar. Will Grow Roots into the Substrate overtime. It will get its nutrient’s from the substrate and water column. The Anacharis anchors itself in the substrate by its roots, but will also grow when floating freely Buy 2 Bunches & Get 1 Bunch FREE
You are buying 1 bunch (6 Stems 6-8 inches each of Anacharis Egeria Elodea Densa ).
Egeria densa, is most commonly known as Brazilian waterweed. Egeria densa is easy to grow and a beautiful plant for a tropical aquarium. It grows very well in high light with a water column fertilizer and Substrate fertilizer like root tabs.
It Grows Both with CO2 and without CO2.
The Egeria densa is a good plant for beginners, and its rapid growth helps create a balance in the aquarium from the start. Stems grows fast to 40-100 cm and becomes 2-4 cm wide.
Anacharis is an excellent nutrient controller and oxygen producer for all types of freshwater aquariums. Anacharis looks best when planted in groups along the back and sides of the aquarium.