Aquarium Plants (In Vitro / Light Green)

Tissue culture of aquarium plants on nutrient substrates allows for a very high and stable quality at any time or season. Storage and transport is much easier with in-vitro cultures and your plants reach you in a perfect and unsurpassed condition. Planting or attaching to decoration is very easy. An additional benefit you have with in-vitro plants: Sterile lab conditions make sure that in-vitro aquarium plants are absolutely snail-free.

Handle in-vitro aquarium plants as follows:

1.) Break open the quality seal and lift off the cap.

2.) Carefully remove the plants together with any remaining gel substrate that may cling to the roots or thalli.

3.) Place the plants and substrate in a separate dish and add some aquarium water.

4.) Plant the individual plantlets or tie to decoration. Preferably, use some pincettes.

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Glossostigma elatinoides (In Vitro)

Glosso

This versatile groundcover plant was first introduced by the japanese aquarist TAKASHI AMANO an spread to become a standard plant in both Nature and Dutch style aquaria. Contrary to popular belief,... more (1 additional image)

€6.49*
Shipping Time 4-5 Working Days

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Hemianthus callitrichoides ''Cuba'' (In Vitro)

Dwarf Helzine, "HC"

This delicate, cushion-forming foreground plant is best used between rocks or as a carpetting plant in the foreground. Despite its moss-like growth, the Dwarf Helzine will remain light green and is... more

€6.49*
Shipping Time 4-5 Working Days

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Riccia fluitans (In Vitro)

Crystalwort

This moss has been around for a long time in aquariums but has seen its greatest popularity only in recent years through the aquascaping layouts of Takashi Amano. Tied to wood or rocks, this easy... more

€6.49*
Shipping Time 4-5 Working Days

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