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Micranthemum umbrosum is quite fast growning carpet aquarium plant. It is easy to care however it demands a lot of light to form dense compact form. It looks amazing when planted in bunches. Micranthemum is multiplying by cuttings. You can trim it at any point and then it branches. It can be planted as carpet or middleground aquarium plant.

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Limnophila sessiliflora, also known as Ambulia,   is rather fast growing aquarium plant. It  resembles Cabomba Caroliniana but it is easier to cultivate. It reaches height of 40 - 50 cm.and width 3 - 4 cm. You can multiply it by cuttings. After several trimmings you can form Limnophila like very decorative green bush. Limnophila sessiliflora looks beautiful together with Lilaeopsis,  Saururus, Bacopa amplexicaulis and Micranthemum species.

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 Micranthemum Monte Carlo comes from Argentina. This plant was discovered almost recently. For the first time it was presented by Japanese aquarists under the name:  "New Large Pearl Grass " Micranthemum Monte Carlo is  rather easy to grow foreground aquarium plant. It looks a little like popular small Hemianthus callitrichoides cuba but it is much easier to cultivate. It also looks like a miniature copy of  Micranthemum umbrosum. It reaches a height of 2-5 cm.  It has rounded light green leaves. It has compact form and creates a dense green carpet . 

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Aquarium plants as a style in a latest space.I would like to outline  a different idea we can take advantage of  aquarium plants. We need only: a glass container, some water, balls fertilizer and some live aquarium plants. Firstly we need cool glass tank. It can be a glassful, a cup, a sugar bowl or salad bowl or whatever you want. It is your choice. Then fill the bowl with some water in the bottom and pour a little balls fertilizer. If your room is not bright enough, you can use a handy neat lamp for vivid view of your...

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Saururus cernuus is also known as Lizard’s Tail or Water Dragon. Saururus cernuus creates a well-developed root system and a long, round, straight standing, zigzag stem. It can reach a height of up to 1 m. The leaves are petiolated, heart-shaped, green and slightly wavy at the edges. If planted in the soil, it has a bottlebrush spike of white flowers in July and August. Lizard’s Tail grows well in mud in paludarium at moderate light, high humidity and a temperature of 23-25 ​​° C. The best substrate is the mix of  sand, clay and peat. Saururus cernuus can be...

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