Aquarium Plant Name List

Name list of freshwater aquarium plant species A-Z All aquatic plants are fully submersed use for aquarium fish tank. We carry a highly recommended varieties of freshwater aquarium plant species…

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Aquarium plant photos

“Aquarium plant photos from our nursery” – Photographs taken by Pat Prakobphol and collected by Ewaterplant’s staff.

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Aquarium plant on wood

Aquarium plant on driftwood  

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Anubias species

Anubias aquarium plant in Thailand Anubias is a genus of aquatic and semi-aquatic flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to tropical central and western Africa. They primarily grow in…

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Lucky bamboo double coil shoot

Thai Dracaena Lucky Bamboo for sale

 Collection of lucky bamboo Dracaena plants in Thailand.            We provide all kind of lucky bamboo at reasonable prices. We have shipped the finest Dracaena sanderiana from…

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Acorus pusillus

Acorus aquarium plant

Acorus have horizontal rhizomes with narrow bright green pointed leaves with spread like a fan. These plants do well at temperatures of around 22 c. Acorus pusillus Common Name: Dwarf…

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Aglaonema : Aquarium plant

Aglaonema was originally found in Malaysia and Philippines. Height of this genus varies from 30-90 cm depending on the species.     Aglaonema simplex Description pH range: 6.0 – 7.5 Temperature range:…

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 Alternanthera aquarium plant species Alternanthera sp.’Red Round’ pH range: 6.8 – 7.0 Temperature range: 20-25 C Water hardness: Hardness 80-150 ppm Propagation: Vegetatively from cuttings. Habitat: America  Asia & Africa….

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Ammania aquarium plant species Ammania senegalensis  Description : pH range: 6.5 – 7.2 Temperature range: 25-30 C Water hardness: soft-medium hard Propagation: By cutting. Habitat: Africa Availability: readily available Packing Type : Loose , Bundle ,…

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Aponogeton crispus Has a tuberous thick rootstock 1 – 4cm in diameter and translucent leaves up to 40cm long bright to dark green Leaf blades are gently ‘crispate’ and between…

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