Didiplis Diandra Tissue Culture
Didiplis Diandra was also known as Peplis Diandra or Water Hedge. They will turn pink, and red in color when kept under optimal conditions such as high light and a rich-based nutrient environment. Under low light, the lower part of the plant tends to rot and die off. Didiplis Diandra is a great aquatic plant to be used in the midground or background areas of the aquarium. Didiplis Diandra doesn't grow as tall as other stem plants and is more easily managed as a midground plant.
Disclaimer: Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation. Unless specific, we don't guarantee aquatic plants will be free of pests, and pesticides, grow emerged, or submerge.
Scientific Name: Didiplis Diandra
Common Names: Water Hedge
CO2: Not Required
Growth Rates: Fast
Difficulty Level: Easy
Nutrient Substrate: Recommended
Lighting Requirements: Low-High
Can grow emersed?: Yes
Return Policy: All sales are final
24 Hours Live Arrival Guarantee* - In a rare case of live stocks dead on arrival, we must be notified within 24 hours by the same day of delivery. Please take clear photos of the damaged product and send it to us within 24 hours. Live Arrival Guarantee will be void after 24 hours of delivery. All replacements are considered final and we will not replace the replacement.
Please keep in mind that Live Arrival Guarantee only guarantees that live stocks will be alive upon arrival. We cannot guarantee that you will continue to have success with them. Many factors, including the aquarium environment, water quality, nutrient, temperature, lighting, filter, and CO2 system, can contribute to the failure to grow live plants and live animals.
Even though our plants are very clean, but we can't guarantee they will be 100% pest-free because we cannot be responsible for your aquarium. Please use it at your own risk. We recommended all customers rinse the plants with clean water and quarantine them before use.
However, plants in tissue culture will be 100% free from pests, algae and never have been contacting with any aquarium.