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Elatine Hydropiper - Tissue Culture Cup

Elatine Hydropiper is also known as Eight-stamen Waterwort. This rare aquatic plant looks similar to Glossostigma but much smaller in size. This small carpet, foreground plant that preferred cool water. It grows well in high light, CO2, and good nutrients. Elatine Hydropiper's size can be compared with the popular Hemianthus Callitrichoides Cuba aka Dwarf Baby Tears which makes it perfect for nano planted aquarium tanks.

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, pesticides, grow emerged, or submerge. 

      CO2: Recommended
      Growth Rates: Medium
      Difficulty Level: Advanced
      Nutrient Substrate: Required
      Lighting Requirements: Medium - High 

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      Francesco Gaudino

      First time using wish me
      Luck

      Thank you

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      Darion Young

      Arrived in immaculate condition

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      Abagail Burrus
      Excellent quality and health

      The specimen arrived in perfect health and perfect timing for my experiments! You get quite a bit of it fit into the little cup. Strong roots, healthy leaves.

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      KP

      Very healthy tissue culture! Plant had grown to fill the entire cup, with very full and strong roots. Highly recommend!

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      Darcy P.
      Beautiful plant

      The marble white anubius and other plants I ordered where packaged nicely. The white anubius is one of my favourites after seeing it in person. It looks beautiful. I planted it on top of a hole I drilled into a piece of wood and used a bit of gorilla glue and some cotton thread to hold it in place. I look forward to seeing it grow and get established in my tank. Its still quite young, and I am new to planting tissue cultures, but I have high hopes it will do well and that I planted it correctly. As far as I can tell, it looks like a good specimen. I'll definitely order from aquarium plants factory again and recommend them to friends who are interested in plants.