Exotic Live Aquatic Plant for Fresh Water Hemigraphis colorata Bundle B066 By Jyco **Buy 2 GET 1 Free by Jayco at Think Earth Shop. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Buyer will receive a plant as on second display pictures. It is a sample from our merchandise stockAll our plants pass USDA requirement. Imported from Thailand. Help to improve Aquarium environment and Fish's Health. All order will be carefully packed and inspected before shipped. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. 100% Fresh and Healthy. Based on to their botanical name and variety.
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Known as the smallest flowering plant in the world, Duckweed is a light green and free-floating, seed bearing plant. The leaves are round or almost round. Duckweed has 1 to 3 leaves, or fronds, and is less than a 1/8-inch in diameter. A single root (or root-hair) protrudes from each frond. This portion is close to 1 pound in weight with hundreds of plants.Lemna minor. Duckweed. Floating Pond Plant.
- You get a tuber of live water lily like the 2nd photo. It is a sample from our stocks.- Tuber size is 2''-8'' length.- Most water lillies prefer a depth of 18-24 inches - The best way to plant is in a pot then place in a larger container or a pond - It's wonderful for aquarium community.- Plants convert carbon dioxide into oxygen and absorb nutrients from water that are derived from fish waste.- Your plants are 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Important things to remember.Water lilies need more
Sphagnum is easily distinguished from other mosses by its habit of growth, its soft thick fullness (each head resembling a full and elaborate bloom of edelweiss), and its vividly pale-green color. Its stem is densely beset with narrow, broken-up leaves, a branch being emitted at every fourth leaf; many of these are turned downwards and applied more or less closely to the stem. The plant is not dependent on soil water, but also absorbs moisture from the atmosphere, and is laden throughout with