- Hardy Leaves
- Easy to Grow
- Low Light
Java Fern is hands down one of the most popular plants in the aquarium hobby. It is a slow grower and will thrive even in low light aquariums. A great addition to an aquascape, usually placed in the middle or background. Its thick, long leaves provide excellent cover for fish and fry.
Java fern will grow across your aquarium via its rhizome while sending leaves vertically upwards toward the light source. It will produce baby plants on the undersides of its leaves which can be removed and replanted if desired.
Really glad it was my first grouping of plants when I started It lasted until I got lights and nutrients figured out to get my tank load and cycle figured out to balance and even out. Support and videos Aquarium coop posts make beginning less of a hardship and when I though I failed I had support made mistakes that are bound to happen seamless of an end all.
Healthy making roots already so happy
My first plant, a goldfish tank, and the two plants are still thriving a couple months later. Parameters better, too.
The review title says it all, it’s one the best Java ferns I’ve bought. Here on the east coast in the city of New York I don’t have a lot of options so I’m glad for what you guys do and able to purchase online and shipped right to my door step into the tank