These are huge Mother plants from a show tank we are turning over. In excellent condition and thick, at this price, a perfect choice for a hobbyist who doesnt want to wait for growth! If you split each mother plant, you could have 15 separate plants each.
Common Names: Wendt’s Cryptocoryne, water trumpet
Native Distribution: Sri Lanka
Aquarium Placement: Anywhere
Requirements: Stable conditions
Description: Native to the island of Sri Lanka, Cryptocoryne wendtii is one of the most common and widely used aquarium plants available today. It is also one of the most variable species, with several color variations including reds, browns, greens, and several mixes of those. To add to the variety, the texture of the leaves can vary greatly within the species, as can the leaf size, ranging from 5 to 18 inches.
It can also be one of the easiest plants to grow and cultivate, even if it does have some finicky moments. Cryptocoryne wendtii can tolerate low light or high light, and seems to respond with longer foliage in lower light conditions. While it responds to CO2 injection, it will grow perfectly fine without it. The plant only requires stable conditions and some time to adjust after being introduced into a new setting.