Aponogeton henkelianus - Rare Aquatic Plant

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Aquarium Plants
149.95 AUD
149.95 AUD

Aponogeton henkelianus

Description

As with A. boivinianus, this aquatic plant also comes from Madagascar. The leaves have an eye-catching and unusual lattice structure. This plant is suitable for beginners and up. Stronger water flow and cooler temperatures will be beneficial. Regular rest periods at low temperatures with minimal lighting are essential to ensure you have a beautiful plant for many years to come.

Each portion: 1 plant ( 3-5 leaves ) 

Submersed aquarium plant grown in our purpose built pond facility, grown with CO2 and in optimum soft water, supplied as a single plant.

Genus: Aponogeton

Family: Aponogetonaceae

Origin: Africa

Height: 25-50 cm

Width: 15-20 cm

Light: Low – High

Temp: 15-26⁰C

Ph: 5.0-7.5

Difficulty: Very Hard

Growth: Fast

Aponogeton henkelianus is a very special plant to be used in the aquarium. High demands almost made this plant extinct in its natural environment in Madagascar. A. henkelianus makes high demands on water quality and a nutrient-rich substrate so it can only be recommended as a solitary plant in large, specialised aquariums in which the water is replaced frequently. This beautiful plant is highly recommended for its very unique foliage.

Aponogeton madagascariensis is commonly known as Madagascar laceleaf, lattice leaf or lace plant. It is an aquatic plant native to Madagascar , popularly sold for use in aquariums. It is endangered in the wild.

Note:

We can’t ship Livestock and Live Plants to WA and TAS due to State Restrictions. Kindly check out our DOA and other policies before purchase!!

Limited Quantity Available - Will Sell out Fast!

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