Cryptocoryne undulatus Red'
This red variant of Cryptocoryne undulatus grows in the wild in the rivers of Sri Lanka. It is an easy plant and tolerates a range of different conditions of the aquarium. The appearance of the aquariumplant will depend on these conditions.
Low light and nutrients will have a relatively high, green-brown plant with slow growth. Higher values in light and power, together with the addition of CO2, will the plant be considerably faster to grow with smaller leaves and a more reddish-brown color.
Like other Cryptocoryne species will he multiply by offshoots. Long leaves may be trimmed off to get back to make space for new leaves. Because the plants roots are developing, is a nutrient-rich soil is recommended.
Cryptocoryne undulatus Red' is a robust aquariumplant with beautiful colours which contrast with the fine, fresh green plants !
Properties Cryptocoryne undulatus "Red"
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Why In-vitro aquarium plants?
In vitro plants are in a laboratory under sterile conditions grown. Small pieces of plant tissue are on the special gel and placed new, healthy, algenvrije, free of pesticides, slakkenvrije, disease-free plants to grow on in the pot. One jar is filled with plenty of young shoots, full of growth potential!
Instructions for use for in vitro aquarium plants:
Rinse carefully all the gel carefully from the plant under a faucet. Cut the plants into small portions. Plant the cuttings as much as possible, separately from each other with a fine pair of tweezers. Let it grow!