In Vitro aquarium plants are grown in a laboratory under steriel conditions. Tiny pieces of tissue plant material is placed on special gel to grow new healthy, algae free, pesticide free, snail free and germ free plants in a cup. One cup is richly filled with lots of young shoots, full of growth potention!
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.
Bacopa caroliniana comes from the United States, and is already for many years as an aquariumplant. The stems are 10-30cm high and is quite easily in the aquarium care.
Available in Pot or In Vitro Cup
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.
Cryptocoryne crispatula is from Southern Thailand where it grows in water which is quite hard. The leaves of this aquariumplant are thin, gebobbeld and 20-60cm long.
Available in Pot or Invitro-cup
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.
This 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.
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Green' comes from Sri Lanka and is in the aquarium 5-15cm large. It is an easy aquariumplant, also suitable for a small aquarium.
Available in pot or invitro cup
Eriocaulon cinerum is a special appearance in the aquarium. Now available as aquariumplant from tissue culture. The plant is quite small and has very narrow, pointed leaves. There will be a longer flower stems are formed with the white balls, what is the attractive value of this aquariumplant increased still further!
Elatine hydropiper is a stengelplant which is especially nice if it has a carpet on the bottom of the aquarium. With its very fine leaves, it is an ideal plant to use in a nano aquarium
Eleocharis acicularis is a popular aquarium plant. Not for nothing, because it grows in almost all circumstances in the aquarium. It prefers an open space without shade from overhanging plants.
Eleocharis pusilla 'mini' is a variant of the well-known Dwarf Harigrass family, and is even smaller than Eleocharis parvula. This dwarf aquariumplant destined for application in the nano-aquarium. After some time it will Eleocharis acicularis 'Mini' soil is covered with a field of fine, bright green blades of grass to sprout.
Glossostigma elatinoides is without doubt one of the most beloved voorgrondplanten in a planted aquarium. Within a few weeks forms a beautiful green carpet.
Micranthemum callitrichoides 'Cuba' is the world's smallest aquariumplant. The small leaves are for an aquascape is ideal to have a sense of optical scale on the layout. Requires lots of lighting.
Gratiola viscidula is a fairly new species of plant in the aquarium. We come to him as yet, little in the aquarium hobby. The stems are quite robust, and regularly prune to the desired height, it can, over time, a dense forest is formed.
Helanthium tenellum, formerly Echinodorus tenellus is the smallest variant of the Echinodorus species. This is extremely suitable for a small aquarium. The plant spreads via suckers and will eventually in the aquarium is a nice green grass carpet arise.
Helanthium 'Vesuvius', formerly known as Echinodorus 'Vesuvius', is a cultivated variant of Helanthium angustifolia from Oriental Aquarium Plants. The narrow and twisted green leaves make this aquariumplant a special appearance in the aquarium.