Monte Carlo - Aquarium Co-Op

Monte Carlo

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Monte Carlo

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Mix N' Match Plants

Buy 3 or more plants to save 5% on all plants.

  • Carpeting Plant
  • Small Leaves
  • Great for Shrimp

Micranthemum 'Monte Carlo' is a carpeting plant which is typically used by aquarists to achieve lush foreground cover. It is a low-growing plant with bright green, rounded leaves. It will creep laterally along the substrate as it grows along and can also be used overhanging on decor or rocks.

Monte Carlo does not require much beyond medium to higher lighting and fertilizer to thrive. Once it takes off, it will fill in nicely to form a soft carpet for shrimp and bottom dwellers to enjoy.

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Based on 284 reviews
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Warren M. (Luxembourg, LU, LU)
The plant arrived healthy!

I've seen a little growth, time will tell how well I'm caring for it.

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Allison (Santa Rosa, CA, US)
cute carpeting plant

I was able to easily put this in my 10 gallon and I look forward to seeing the carpet grow! Plant was well packaged and in good shape when it arrived

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Aubrey T. (Palmdale, CA, US)
Healthy plants

I received my 6 MC in great condition. I am new to plant and have not been able to have them thrive yet. Light is med to high, fluval sub and root tabs. They are holding up well and can’t wait for them to take off.

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Miguel G. (Marina, CA, US)
Great

Growing and spreading fine

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Ben B. (Falls Church, VA, US)
Great plant, just know what to avoid having in the tank

I got a nicely sized plant that looked identical to the one in the pictures. Nothing was wrong with the product at all, it’s actually done great. However, it got eaten all the way to the last centimeter of stem length due to some greedy mystery snails. It’s surprisingly hardy and is actually still alive and trying to recover even after something that harsh. Will purchase plants from here again with the size, price, and lack of melting

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