Dennerle Ranunculus inundatus In-Vitro
The river buttercup, Ranunculus inundatus, is a very decorative plant which is new to aquatics. In its natural site in Australia, this plant grows in damp locations, in some cases in the shallow water of ponds and lakes. Ist most striking feature are the wonderfully formed leaves which are shaped like a slotted umbrella. Like Hydrocotyle species, this plant constantly forms stolon shoots. They generally creep along the substrate and form new leaf stems at the nodes. This gradually results in beautiful groups of plants with a very ornamental appearance. Ranunculus inundatus is a plant that needs strong lighting and therefore also requires a higher nutrient
+ for the middle of the aquarium
+ fast in the growth
+ grows up to 10-15 cm in the heigth
+ Temperature Range: 20-28°C
+ CO2-Requirements: 20-30 mg/l
+ demanding plant with high light requirements
Dennerle plant-it! In-Vitro plants are cultivated in the laboratory under sterile conditions. They are supplied in a 7 cm, sealed tub filled with nutrition jelly. The small plants are completely free of algae and snails and can be planted directly. This product is ideal for smaller aquaria and Nano Cubes and for modern aquascaping. But they are also suitbale for larger aquariums and tanks which are already setted up.
The top right hand corner of the packaging very clearly shows how much care each plant requires. Before introducing the plants, the nutrient medium simply has to be rinsed and the plants divided. Clean it, cut it, PLANTit!Do you have questions about this article ?