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Foreground plants are basicly aquarium plants that stay low. Combine different types of aquarium plants that provide contrast with each other in color, leave shape and height. This way a playful and interesting under water landscape can be created.
The moss ball Aegagropila linnaei a is not a real plant, but a ball of algae from 3-10cm in size. In nature the ball is to be found in shallow waters where the water movement ensures that a ball is formed.
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Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini' is a very popular aquariumplant by are red colors, and is characterized by compact growth and a slower growth rate. Ideal for a small aquarium or if voorgrondplant in larger layouts.
Anubias barteri var. nana is a small, decorative aquariumplant that grows well in a variety of conditions. Originally he comes from Cameroon and is about 5 to 10 cm long. The rhizome also reaches a length of 10cm or more. Anubias grows slowly and the leaves are several years.
Anubias 'Petite' is a mutation of the Anubias nana, and has even smaller leaves. Also it grows very slowly and is not always easy, in good conditions. He remains smaller than 5cm and the rhizome is 10cm or longer.
Bacopa australis is from Brazil and not from Australia as the name suggests. In the aquarium may be the stems of this plant is 10-30cm high. Just like the other Bacopa species is also easily in the aquarium care.
Bucephalandra 'Kedagang is growing in nature, on stones and wood in rivers and streams, similar to Anubias. The maintenance and the growth rate is also the same as that of the Anubias species, and can be in wood or stone, to be tied up.
Bucephalandra 'Wavy Green' grows in nature on stones and wood in rivers and streams, similar to Anubias. The maintenance and growth is also similar to that of Anubias species and can be bound on wood or stone.
Bucephalandra sp. 'Red' grows in nature on stones and wood in rivers and streams, similar to Anubias. The maintenance and growth is also similar to that of Anubias species and can be bound on wood or stone.
Cryptocoryne albida 'Brown' comes from Asia and is amongst others in Thailand. A beautiful aquariumplant with narrow, reddish-brown leaves with dark pattern and beautiful curled leaf margins up to 15cm long.
Cryptocoryne parva is from Sri Lanka and is the smallest of the Cryptocoryne species. The leaves are lepelvormig and green color with a length of 3-6cm.