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This is a green variant of the time-tested Cryptocoryne undulata, native to Sri Lanka. The plant gets a low to medium height in aquariums, mostly below 30 cm. The narrowly lanceolate leaves have a wavy edge and red-brown stalks.
Cryptocoryne undulata 'Green' is not demanding and still grows in low light tanks. However medium lighting and a nutrient-rich bottom are very beneficial for its growth. It is easily propagated by its underground runners.
As well as the common brown form of Cryptocoryne undulata, the green form is a versatile aquarium plant, best placed in the midground, in higher tanks also in the foreground. It forms extended stands with time.
As much as I hate to do this (in fact, I never do this), I feel like I just have to, in order for the situation to get better... The quality of the plants was just awful. (read more)
As much as I hate to do this (in fact, I never do this), I feel like I just have to, in order for the situation to get better... The quality of the plants was just awful. Everything was melted, slimly and dirty. I am very unsatisfied!