Dwarf Java Fern/ Microsorum Pteropus ‘Dwarf Green Gnome’ (Single plant)
The popular java fern is both versatile and easy to keep. In nature, it exists both submerged and on the banks of streams and rivers, its roots are “designed” to attach to hard surfaces such as rocks and woods, and this is how it should be grown in the aquarium. Java fern adapts to most aquariums and requires little lights. It is a slow-growing plant and older leaves may become tatty and blackened, at which point they should be removed for propagating plantlets. Java fern contains chemicals that deter most herbivorous fish from eating the leaves.
690 in stock
Quantity: 1 plant with a minimum of 3 to 6 leaves
Origin: South Asia
Plant positioning: midground, drift wood
Light requirement: Low & Medium
CO2 requirement: Low & Medium
Plant difficulty level: Easy
Plant Propagation: rhizome cutting, plantlets from leaf
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