Low Tech Aquarium Stem Plants

Adding co2 injection, liquid fertilizer, and enough lighting supply will make this plant grow happy and stronger. In my experience you’re on the right track.

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Vallisneria, echinodorus and aponogeton are better for larger aquaria due to their potential sizes, although there are some smaller echinodorus species available such as e.


Low tech aquarium stem plants. Alternathera reineckii is an easy to grow red aquarium stem plant. That is, many plants with big broad leaves in high light exhibit smaller delicate foliage. This plant is good to keep in nano tanks as midground plant.

These aquatic plants are an easy start at your aquascaping adventure. It’s relatively new to the aquarium trade. It does grow a bit slower than other stem plants.

The bucephalandra is one of the rarer, more exotic low light plants that you can keep. Other than stem plants, java ferns, anubius and water wisteria may be safe bets. Alternathera reineckii, also known as scarlet temple will add a nice splash of red to your aquascape and it does not need a lot of light to do so.

What i mean is it’s slow grower in low tech setups but it can grow pretty rapidly once co2 and higher par light is added to the mix. It’s growing but clearly wants to get closer to the light, it’s leggy with long nodes. I planted it directly in substrate that consists of sand capped aquasoil.

It means that you can leave your tank alone for a week or two and it will still be in great shape) Use the rich nutrients substrate like ada amazonia to help improve the growth. The best low maintenance plants are rosette species such as cryptocoryne, vallisneria, aponogeton and echinodorus.

In low light, their leaves are a very deep green. Bacopa caroliniana stem can grow from 4 to 12 inches long in an aquarium. Of these the crypts are the slowest growing and come in smaller varieties.

Simply purchase 2 of the same plants marked as buy2 get1 free and we will send you a 3rd plant free with your order. They require little maintenance and you don't need to worry about all the external factors like lights, water changes, equipment, or substrate. The best low light ground cover aquarium plants “cryptocoryne x willisii”.

This also applies to buy4 get2 free or buy6 get3 free, etc. These aquarium plants are perfect for beginners,. They have slow growing shiny deep green leaves and will grow attached to rocks and logs.

1.1 advantages of low tech planted tanks. The article below describes all you will need to know to setup a low tech planted tank and also compares this method with high tech tanks. Here's a collection of low tech aquarium plants to help you get started on your tank.

1) no testing and no water changes required (read: Not to mention that the bacopa caroliniana resembles the shape of the lotus flower.

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