Red Root Floaters
Temperature: 70° – 82° F (21° – 28° C)
pH: 6.5 – 7.5
Lighting: Low to High
Origin: Indigenous to South America, cultivated in US nurseries
Aquarium placement: Floating
CO2: Not Required
Aquarium substrate: not required
Red Root Floaters, or Phyllanthus Fluitans, are a freshwater floating fern plant known in the aquascaping game for their unique look, deep red roots, and easy care. These highly sought-after floaters are known as the “Red Root Floater” because of their remarkable & stunningly red roots. Although Red Root Floaters appear similar to green Salvinia floaters, the leaves are a bit larger and can turn a deep red color. It can also sometimes be misidentified as immature Water Lettuce.
Why Choose to Buy your Aqua Plants from us?
All our plants are submerged so you will not have to go through the melting process when you put them in your watered-up aquarium. We also ensure to treat them so that there are no pests or hitchhikers that will enter your tank and harm your livestock or infest your other aquatic plants. We ensure the best possible service for your purchase!
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