The ALL NEW
We have recently introduced this page to help you select your favourite plant in less time and zero complexity. We have segrigated each and every aspect of aquatic plants wrt its colours, managing issues and lots more.
We, aquadcoaqua, have our biggest collection of aquatic plants freshly harvested from reputed farms worldwide. From the tissue-cultured cups to submerged pots, rhizomes, moss, and what not !!
Aquatic ferns are basically rhizome plants, don't need soil and substrate to grow. It can be attached on any hardscape materials by moss cotton and aquascaping glue. Water hardness need to be low and temparature should be ambident. Best for beginners. Co2 and light requirements are low except some exotic species.
One of most beautiful addition to any tanks from aquarium to vivarium and paludarium. Different varieties depending on different textures and hardness. Mosses are a great plant for fish fry or baby shrimp to hideout in. They can also help create a natural look in any aquarium. They can be attached via a fishing line or even super glue to small rocks or wood for a grown outlook.
The most exotic and most popular plants from Indonesia. A gem for every aquarist. Depending on their sources like streamline, islands their nomenclature is being set. So there is ample study still left about bucephalandras. Due to high popularity and immense extraction from nature now some buce species are going to be extinct soon, So our responsibility will be to save them by propagating them in our tank with ultimate care. They need some special kind of water parameters but most importantly the stable tank.
Anubias are considered by many aquarists some of the easiest plants to maintain, since their light and nutrient requirements are very low and also because herbivorous fish will not eat it (with a few exceptions). Like the ferns the rhizomes of anubias can be attached to hardscapes. There are a no of varieties available in the section of anubias from broad leaf to micro leaf.
You can get almost every stem plants in this format. Depending on farming conditions they can be produced in bulk quantities in submerged and emerged forms. The advantage of this type of plants is they come in very good quantity and survivability rate is high from new tank to stable tanks.
As planted tanks are getting popularity in recent times so is the development, study and propagation of plants by natural systems or by the help of tissue culture studies. Depending upon the demand and supply there are several plants that are extremely beautiful but sourcing is limited which results in high prices. eventually making them exotics.
An exotic addition to your tank. Several varieties with full of colours, textures and shapes. Doesn't need extra care to keep them apart from good light. Numerous benefits of keeping them, better surface aeration, less chance of algae bloom due to high lights, small source of foods for fishes and lot more. Check out the different collection we have in our store.
The purest form of aquatic plants. Free from any pests and bad bacteria. They are produced in state-of-the-art labs collecting tissue from healthy plants foliage. They are a little bit costly in comparison to the black pot plants and they are very sensitive to shipping. Our recommendation is try to collect tc pot plants from a local store or take it via railway. The greater the handling the fresher the pots will be and the better survivability rate.
Depending on Maintainance
Low tech plants AKA low energy plants are those who has lower demand of light and external Co2 , so there maintenance is pretty easy. Perfect choice for beginners. From foreground to background, from green plants to red and yellow everything can be grown in low tech setups. We just need to maintain proper water parameters and minimum fertilization required for healthy growth of plants.
High Energy plants signifies that these plants need more light and enough Co2 for its flourish growth. The controlled water parameters are important factors for them. So all together they need utmost care for their beautiful growth. Most of them are very beautiful so that they can be a showstopper for your beautiful tank.
This is the bridge between the extreme high and extreme low. That means these types of plants need a proper balance of water parameters and external Co2 supply for their flourishing growth. But they don't like much high lights. As their metabolism rate is low so the excess light may generate algae in your tank. Though algae are pure bliss for your tank but considering the aesthetic view it is very unwanted.
Depending on Placement
These types of pants have smaller leaves, they tend to propagate more horizontally than vertically. As they are suitable for tank foreground position and some tabletop area of hardscapes and making a carpet eventually that's why they are often called carpeting plants. From high tech to low tech there are several options for foreground plants. Most of them are green. Carpet plants of other colors like red or orange are little bit rare.
They are shorter in height but give a perfect bushy feeling to your tank. So perfectly suitable for the mid-ground portion to create a smooth gradient between the carpet plants and the long stem plants in the background. The color variation comes from this section. From yellow to green you can have a lot of different varieties with different leaves shape from our collection.