Loose / Bunch Plants
Bunch plants typically grow as single plants in clusters that can be acquired in potted form or as a loose bunch ready for immediate placement in an aquarium. Unlike aquatic flora that spreads horizontally to cover the aquarium floor, bunch plants such as Red ludwiga reach towards the water surface while remaining fully submerged. With their shape, they provide an excellent aesthetic balance for aquariums that primarily feature flora that creep across the floor or climb aquarium decor.
A Wide Selection
We offer a wide selection of loose, bunch, and potted plants to support the creation of distinctive aquascapes. Species we supply include Anacharis (E. densa), Banana plant (Nymphoides aquatica), Corkscrew (Valisinaria sp.), Frill (Myriophyllum pinnatum), and many more.
Leaf shape, height, color, and size can differ significantly among bunch plants. For those who prefer to start with a tall growing bunch plant that has limited leaf expanse, the Anacharis plant is a good option, as its form spatially accommodates the growth of other types of bunch plants.
Our loose bunch plants arrive ready for the aquarium. Grown specifically for aquarium use (not wild harvesting,) these plants are easy to integrate since they’re cultivated in clean environments that prevent pathogens, diseases, and pests from infesting the foliage. Grown with convenience in mind, customers can immediately plant our potted, loose, and other bunch plants, follow our easy instructions, and simply watch them continue to grow.
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