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Armoracia Aquatica

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Armoracia Aquatica also was known as Rorippa Aquatica. It's a rosette type plant with unique leaves shape. Green in color and very easy to maintain in the aquarium. This plant required a rich based nutrient environment and medium, high lighting to grow well. It is suitable for the foreground to midground aquarium. 

  • Sold as a bunched plant with foam and lead weight.
  • Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.
  • BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* - Simply buy 2, we will send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same plant and the same transaction only.
Family: Brassicaceae
Genus: Rorippa
Scientific Name:Armoracia ( Ammoricia) Aquatica
Common Name: Rorippa Aquatica, Water Cabbage, Lake Cress
pH: 6-7
CO2: Recommended
Growth Rates: Slow-Medium
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Nutrient Substrate: Required
Lighting Requirements: Medium-High


Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews

The plants are absolutely beautiful but not a single one of them had any type of root system at all which was a little disappointing

Perfect condition

The plants I ordered were packed very nicely. They arrived in perfectly good condition despite the extreme heat. I was very impressed.

Nice "Water Cabbage" for my tank and fish

I like this plant because it is slow growing but is a very good foreground plant. My fish like to try and nibble on it for whatever the reason, but this plant just bounces back.

Loved the plants

This was my first time to do business with this company. My plants arrived in the time frame specified. The plants were beautiful and healthy. They have really improved the look of my aquarium. The company even sent me an email thanking me for ordering.

Nice looking plant

Good value. I bought 2 and got 1 free. They were a little smaller then i expected. Hopefully they will grow.

Seem to be doing well.

I like live plants as opposed to artificial, but I am not necessarily proficient with them (exceptions of duck weed, moss balls, and my bamboo trees.) I haven't had them long, but these three plants are still living which is much better than I do with most. One is doing well while the other two definitely show signs of stress but I believe they are holding their own, at least they seem to be. Absolutely no complaints..