Tiger Lotus Bulb

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  • Colorful, Patterned Leaves
  • Easy to Care For
  • Grows Lily Pads

Tiger Lotus is just a beautiful plant and not difficult to grow. Given just medium light and plenty of nutrients, this plant will thrive. What makes Tiger lotus plants so popular is its reddish-green to deep red leaves with darker spots that are often purplish in color.

As it grows, tiger lotus plants will display its large leaves below the surface of the water while simultaneously sending lily pads up to reach the surface. It does well as a midground to background plant, but because it is so impactful, it can make a great stand alone plant as well.

Note: The leaves are fragile and may be damaged in transit, but there is no need for concern because the bulb will sprout new leaves within a couple of weeks.

Customer Reviews

Based on 401 reviews
Ryan W. (Jeffersonville, IN, US)
Always good

Always good quality plants and dry goods. Always fast shipping. Maybe a skimpy plant once in a great while but no one is perfect. Will always look to Aquarium Co-op first for live plants.

Lisa E.D.C. (DeLand, FL, US)
Pretty, came ok

It came with one broken off leaf (things happen)and a black spot on 2 other leaves but still pretty, bulb and roots are healthy, it is doing well and has some new leaves starting on it already.

LLP (Tucson, AZ, US)
Tiger lotus bulb

Ordered two for my 90 gallon and both arrived with many leaves the one was noticeably larger than the other. It's been over a week and they are still floating around the tank trying to decide where they want to live LOL but I'm very happy with them, thank you Cory and staff!

Richard M. (Seattle, WA, US)
Tiger lotus is thriving right out the gate

The tiger lotus bulb I received was well protected in shipping and is thriving in my lil high tech 5 gallon. It has sprouted new leaves and they are gorgeous. It seems to be a hardy plant, and a great addition to the tank. It’s in the rear left in my photo. You can’t see from that angle but it has about 5-6 leaves now, where it arrived less than a month ago with maybe 3 leaves.

Brian M. (Woodbine, MD, US)

Tiger Lotus Bulb