Hydrocotyle sp. ”Australia”



 Item specifics

Height : Stem with 1cm – 2cm

Plant Type : Stem Plant

Temperature : 22- 28° C

Light Requirements : High

Growth : Medium – Fast

Family : Umbelliferae

Demand : Medium

Origin : Australia

 Item Description

Dicotyledons, submerged plant is same as emerged plant of the same type, they have a deep cleft leaves and the ecology similar to the Taiwan Hydrocotyle. Palmate with cleft leaves usually split to close the base, and left a deep cleft to the base of the obvious gap, (Taiwan’s Hydrocotyle is no.) resulting these cleft are not symmetrization, therefore it is not difficult to distinguish both of them. The method of planting are same as planting Taiwan’s Hydrocotyle in the aquarium tanks, it also need Co2 between the planting accordingly, otherwise it would be difficult to grow. The growing is very show in the state of initial cultivation, until it is completely transfer to be a submerged plant, the speed of growth would be significantly accelerated.

Price

USD$ 3.99 for 1 – 2 long stems with around 60 leaves with Free Shipping via air mail.

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Packaging and Handling

We would use the excellent package that issued the most protection for the fresh and beautiful plants.

Plants Arrival Caution

During the shipment, although any leaves might incur a little defect, such as droop or flat. It could be revived in a suitable environment for living. So please don’t worry about these conditions, leaves will spread to the normal status.

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