- Easy to Grow
- Root Feeder
- Self Propagates
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Green' is a variant of crypt wendtii and has the same care requirements. It does not require high light and will grow to about 6-8 inches in height making it an ideal midground plant in aquascaping. Unlike regular crypt wendtii, crypt wendtii 'Green' will produce deep green, ruffled leaves, which makes this plant stand out in any tank.
Crypt wendtii 'Green' is a rather slow grower, but will produce runners which will eventually grow into new plants.
This Crypt has exceeded my expectations. I've had it a couple of weeks now and it doesn't show any signs of melting or dying. It was super full so I was able to break it into three different plants and fill out the back of a small tank. I'm really happy with it so far! I added some root tabs so hopefully it keeps doing well. Sorry for the odd angle pics, I can't quite see the back of the tank without tons of reflections! Ghost seems happy! (He was all white when I got him, lol)
Ok, bought this plant quite awhile ago.
It is in my 20g and I think it is the centerpiece of the tanks, Cecil (the honey gourami) is second fiddle here🌿
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I received the plant in a great condition. There was no crypt melting once it was planted. I did clip off a few yellowing leafs, but it was expected.
I bought two and am very impressed. I once bought some from petco. There were for small ones and not a lot of roots. They survived two to three months then died and never grew much.
So when I ordered these I expected larger plants than petco with better roots, but I did not expect them to be this big. There were so many roots I had to cut out the bottom of the pots to get them out. It has been two weeks and very little melting back, and there is some new leaves beginning to grow. Very pleased with these plants.
Probably my favorite plant as of recent, they really thrive. Not much maintenance at all but whe nyou first start them out they're slow but now they're just so lush.