- Easy To Grow
- Large & Hardy Plant
- Ruffled, Wavy Leaves
Aponogeton crispus is an easygoing and robust plant that will catch eyes in any aquarium it is planted in. This plant can get quite large, in fact, and as it grows, will produce wavy, green leaves that are slightly transparent in appearance. It is not uncommon to see flowers from this plant under optimal conditions as well.
Overall, Aponogeton crispus is hardy and easy to grow. Since Aponogeton crispus grows from a bulb, it should be planted on top or half out of the substrate, rather than completely buried.
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.
Ordered this plant and 4 others and they all were delivered in great shape and are already showing new growth
Did not arrive in the best condition but that’s understandable being shipped from Washington state to Ohio and has since sprouted 3 baby leaves, packaging was a1, and easy green and root tabs are definitely the best we’ve used so far based off the immediate impact they have seemed to have had, definitely recommend
Plant arrived a good size and well packaged for the cooling weather. A few weeks later it looks great and is sending out new foliage and roots.
As always, my plant arrived healthy with a good bit of growth on it. It is currently melting back, which is perfectly normal. I am using Seachem Advance to help stimulate new growth and have already seen new leaves sprouting. I highly recommend Aquarium Co-Op for all of their plants.