Great and healthy!
Great products an fast shipping, plants came in very healthy and in big portions! Highly recommended
Yes it can be tricky to establish exactly where you want it initially, but I have found that it places itself and finds places to grow in the tank if allowed to float around and "seed" itself. My peat /terrestrial setup was not as successful as direct planting into the tank. It has planted itself in my moss and is already growing bladders. I did add infusoria to the tank to allow for it's carnivorous nature! Love it's hyper-green grassy look.
The product arrived as expected in good condition with very strong roots/runners.
Like pictured, a full cup stuffed with U.graminifolia. Very healthy. One cup covered a space of about 2"x15", densely packed, in my carnivorous plants terrarium. Shipped promptly and arrived safely from a communicative seller.
Order arrived quickly despite being placed right before the holidays. Previously I have found this plant at one of the big box stores and they offered it dirt cheap on-line but with $30 next day shipping! After checking out several stores I located rwo cups that were really iffy. They promptly melted.
So on Christmas Eve I started a search for Madagascar lace plants for some reason and this site showed up. They had two species I was looking for and I had bought from them before and look what else they have. So I placed an order. Order was shipped on the 26th arrived in my mailbox on the 28th.
The cup was a little more overgrown than I would have liked but it looked green and not dying.I left the culture by my light for the night. Sunday evening I decided it was time to get them out of the culture. I got as much of the agar rinsed as I could without tearing the big clump apart. I then separated the big clump into about 20 small clumps. They were planted using the drt start method with Carib Sea Sunset Gol sand as the substrate. Lighting is by a Beamswork planted tank light fixture. Water was from my R/O unit that is running about 20ppm right now.
A week after planting the clumps are showing growth and numerous grass like leaves are starting to appear. In hindsight I could have easily made the clumps I planted smaller. My feeling is you could make a decent foreground planting of a 55 gallon tank with two to three cups.