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Eriocaulon sp.

Eriocaulon sp.

  • Small Eriocaulon species
  • Hedgehog-like rosettes
  • Exotic look
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A small Eriocaulon species, probably E. cinereum. It develops compact, hedgehog-like rosettes with narrow, rigid leaves, resembling some Tillandsia species. Under water it has a silvery green hue. We recommend strong lighting, rather soft water, a type of Aquasoil as substrate and good CO2 supply (about 20-30 mg/L).

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Sandra K.
Rare plant
17th April 2017
Eriocaulon sp. - in Vitro
Eriocaulon sp. - in Vitro

Nice plant, small portion, great delivery. The plant is a bit expensive for the amount that you get but it justifies it in rarity.

Laurence A.
7th December 2016
Eriocaulon sp. - in Vitro
Eriocaulon sp. - in Vitro

Plants arrived in excelente conditions. This particular plant is very beautiful and needs a lot of light and a good co2 supply.

John L.
17th October 2016
Eriocaulon sp. - in Vitro
Eriocaulon sp. - in Vitro

Special looking plant, fast and speedy delivery. Plants were a bit hard to plant since many of the rosettes had no or very little roots.

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