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RHEOPHYTIC PLANTS
Mar 20, 2022

RHEOPHYTIC PLANTS

It is amazing how plants can adapt to natural habitats and still survive in difficult environmental conditions. During the evolution, some plants have evolved into absolute specialists, e.g. the rheophytes.
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MORPHOLOGY OF PLANTS
Mar 20, 2022

MORPHOLOGY OF PLANTS

Aquarium plants can vary significantly in shape and growth. 

In this blog, we described eight different groups with typical growth forms and growth behavior for you. Thus, you can easily choose your “favorites" and of course combine them.

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Benefit of dennerle in-vitro plants
Mar 20, 2022

Benefit of dennerle in-vitro plants

In-Vitro culture (latin: in glass), as it is also known, has existed for many decades and developed from the need to propagate robust, healthy plants when creating new varieties in ornamental plant production.
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Algae guide
Mar 20, 2022

Algae guide

The subject of algae growth might be the most frequently discussed topic in the aquarium hobby
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Phllyanthus fluitans (red roots)
Jan 23, 2021

Phllyanthus fluitans (red roots)

Phllyanthus fluitans, or better known as “Red root floaters” are a unique floating plant found throughout the lower tip of Mexico reaching as far as Chile and Bolivia.
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The design of a planted tank
Jan 07, 2021

The design of a planted tank

This blog will answer the question: how to design a new aquarium with aquatic plants and avoid mistakes.
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Bucephalandra In your home aquarium
Dec 05, 2020

Bucephalandra In your home aquarium

Bucephalandra have always been my go-to epiphyte for creating accent or foreground designs within varying styles of aquascapes. In order to be successful not just with this plant but with all plants in the hobby we must understand the different factors which influence the overall growth and color of each species.
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Talk about Bucephalandra
Feb 23, 2020

Talk about Bucephalandra

Being endemic to Borneo island, this rare genus of plant belongs to the Araceae family which can actually flower underwater. Sharing a lot of the same attributes as Anubias, Buce has similar if not identical needs for optimal growth and is one of the easiest plants to keep.
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