Collection: Live Aquarium Plants

  • Monte Carlo
    Monte Carlo-Aquarium Co-Op
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  • Dwarf Hairgrass
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  • Anubias nana "petite"
    Anubias nana
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  • Cryptocoryne Lucens
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  • Banana Plant
    Banana Plant-Aquarium Co-Op
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  • Micro Sword
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  • Staurogyne Repens
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  • Dwarf Baby Tears
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  • Hydrocotyle tripartita 'Japan'
    Hydrocotyle tripartita 'Japan'-Aquarium Co-Op
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  • Bucephalandra "Green Wavy"
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    Bucephalandra
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  • Dwarf Chain Sword
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  • Cryptocoryne Parva
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    Cryptocoryne Parva-Aquarium Co-Op
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This 40-second video shows our team in action at our plant facility.

We keep fish, shrimp and snails with our plants. These algae eaters don't get sold, they live in these aquariums to eat any nuisance algae that could arise.  We don't believe it's possible to supply live plants that are 100% free of snails/eggs, algae, or duckweed. Given that, we provide the highest level of care and attempt to minimize these natural elements as some consider them pests. We believe that snails are beneficial. Algae and snail outbreaks are typically the result of an imbalance and will be in harmony once balanced. The only way to get true 100% pest free plants is to buy tissue culture plants, however tissue culture plants have their own pitfalls such as higher costs, less immunity to diseases, and longer adjustment period to growing underwater in your planted aquarium.