Cryptocoryne Undulatus Red

$12.40$31.35

Cryptocoryne Undulatus Red is not available often – Please contact us for more information

Please note pictures are for display purposes only. Plants supplied may vary in size to picture displayed.

At Nature by Design Aquatics we have our own plant nursery, this is so we can guarantee the plants that are being sent to you are picked fresh and checked for quality only a few moments before being packed and shipped.

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Description

This beautiful plant from the Cryptocoryne spp. from Sri Lanka has been a staple in the aquatic plant hobby for years.

The easy culture of this plant illustrates the typical behavior of a Cryptocoryne from Sri Lanka. It is diverse in its tolerances of both water quality and hardness. Light, though appreciated in quantity, seems to play only a nominal role in its maintenance. The rosettes, after taking root, can spread comparatively quickly and will soon form thick colonies in the aquarium. If the substrate is rich, growth will probably be a bit more rapid. Heavy fertilization and CO2 supplementation are appreciated by this species but are not necessary to achieve ample growth. Most of the Cryptocoryne spp. from Sri Lanka are most suitable for midground planting

Please note:

To ensure that your plants arrive in the best possible condition, orders to NSW, VIC, SA, ACT, NT, sent via standard post, will be sent out on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays only. Orders from metropolitan Brisbane can be sent from Monday-Thursday. This will ensure that your package does not remain at the post office over the weekend.

Please note that public holidays may also affect delivery.

Please understand that the delivery service is out of our control, but please let us know if your product has not arrived within the 7 days.

Please note: live plants will not be shipped to Western Australia or Tasmania due to quarantine restrictions. 

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