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Microsorum pteropus 'Water Fern' for sale in Thailand Microsorum pteropus commonly known as a water fern has found along streams, marshes and bogs in Thailand also Southeast Asia countries. An individual plants of Microsorum pteropus can reach a height 15-30 cm. These Java fern are including the "narrow leaf" Java fern, the "needle leaf" Java fern, the "Windelov" Java fern and the "lance leaf" Java fern. Cultivation in the aquarium is not problematic as long as the rhizome is tied to rock or driftwood Read more

Lysimachia A popular plant to be found in most house plant nurseries. This is truly an amazing plant. It grows indoors, outdoors, emersed, submersed or planted right in the ground in the perennial border as well. In aquarium tanks it seems to tolerate adverse conditions such as high temperature, low fertility, relatively low light, etc. It grows relatively slowly in the aquarium although it is almost like a weed out in my semi-shaded garden creeping around everywhere. Lysimachia nummularia Read more

Crinum thaianum is also known as Onion plant, Thai water onion or Water onion. Originally found in the canal and stream of southern Thailand. Crinum thaianum is called in Thai "Plubplung Num"or "Plubplung Tharn" They grow very well in aquarium and easy to care. The crinum bulbs should not be inserted into the gravel fully, approximately 1/3 should be higher than on top of the gravel. Also the old leaves ought to be removed with scissors by constantly. Doing this the plant is kept grow not too big Read more

Cabomba species There are 3 well used species of Cabomba aquatica, Cabomba australis and Cabomba caroliniana are the more common. Cabomba plants are effective in the water garden because of the fact that they contend with algae for the nutrients in the water and effectively reduce the quantity of algae that will be able to grow helping to keep the water clear. You do not want to fertilize them because you want them to take advantage of the excess nitrates already present in your pond. Cabomba Read more