Planting Conditions: Moist substrate (no aquarium water added).

The water wisteria is one the most beautiful aquarium plants to add to your tank!
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There you have it. We hope we have provided some tips on helping you select the right aquarium plant food. Keep in mind that even with the same product, the result could be different for each individual due to there being many different variables. Tank size, plant species, and water quality to name a few. Here are some factors to consider when you purchase aquatic plant food.
Here you will find all the live aquarium plant fertilizers you need to keep your plants thriving.
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3.75"; L X 2"; W X 8.5"; H, Beautify your tank day & night! During the day pretty green & pink colors will stand out & at night this plastic plant glows. Adds depth to your aquarium & gives fish a place to hide when they are stressed. - Add about 3 inches of pre-soaked AQUATIC PLANT MEDIA into bottom of pot or basket.
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Aquatic plants are a natural part of most lake communities and provide many benefits to fish, wildlife, and people. In lakes, life depends--directly or indirectly--on water plants. They are the primary producers in the aquatic food chain, converting the basic chemical nutrients in the water and soil into plant matter, which becomes food for all other life.has recently been popularized by Takashi Amano's 'Nature' layouts, where he utilizes its dense growth habit and grass-like appearance to form attractive greenish to golden tussocks in the midground. It forms an excellent contrast with small-leaved foreground plants such as in aquascapes lacking taller plants.Provide fish food
More food for fish is produced in areas of aquatic vegetation than in areas where there are no plants. Insect larvae, snails, and freshwater shrimp thrive in plant beds. Sunfish--Minnesota's most sought-after game fish--eat aquatic plants in addition to aquatic insects and crustaceans.Improve water clarity and quality
Certain water plants, like bulrushes, can absorb and break down polluting chemicals. Nutrients used by aquatic plants for growth are not available to algae. This reduces algae abundance improving water clarity. Aquatic plants also maintain water clarity by preventing the re-suspension of bottom sediments. Algae, which thrive on dissolved nutrients, can become a nuisance when too many submerged water plants are destroyed.Offer fish shelter
Plants provide shelter for young fish. Because bass, sunfish, and yellow perch usually nest in areas where vegetation is growing, certain areas of lakes are protected and posted by the DNR as fish spawning areas during spring and early summer. Northern pike use aquatic plants, too, by spawning in marshy and flooded areas in early spring.Improve aesthetics
The visual appeal of a lakeshore often includes aquatic plants, which are a natural, critical part of a lake community. Plants such as water lilies, arrowhead, and pickerelweed have flowers or leaves that many people enjoy.