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foreground plants, Micro Sword -

Lilaeopsis part 1   Micro Sword is particularly sought plant for the aquarium. It grows well in various conditions of temperature - light. That is why many aquarists paying attention to her. Even a beginner aquarist can handle with breeding this plant. Just as easily grown this plant is and so it is easily propagated. Suitable for small and large aquariums, strongly heated and unheated (cold) Well suited to the bowl because it withstands all manipulations as washing and removals. In addition, growing even in very low light conditions. Micro Sword belongs to foreground aquarium plants Other species Lilaeopsis type includes...

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Bacopa Myriophylloides is actually really special as well as attractive aquarium plant.  It appears like Myriophyllum. It's got  pinnate leaves. Colour of leaves is softly bright green. Originally this plant derives from South America. Bacopa Myriophylloides is effortless to raise.. It likes water with pH 6,0 - 7,5 and moderate or effective light.  It could actually be planted in the front or at the back of the aquarium. It is increased by cuttings or lateral shoots. Bacopa Myriophylloides expands really quickly. It seems to be much gorgeous when we plant it in groupings,just after a couple of stems. We can...

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aquarium plants, background plants, Bacopa monnieri, water hyssop -

Bacopa monnieri  is a quite widely used aquarium plant. It is known by common names as  Brahmi,  Water Hyssop. It expands hugely in exotic places of the world in which it can be noticed growing along the banks of lakes, rivers, and pools.  If it arises over the surface of the water, it blossoms. Its flowers tend to be tiny, in most cases white but occasionally soft blue. Bacopa monnieri: We tend to plant it in aquarium in groupings of a number of stems. So planted Bacopa appears to be much better than planted separately. Gentle green leaves on thinner...

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