As a carpeting foreground plant, one can hardly fault Hydrocotyle tripartita ‘Japan’. This Southeast Asian import grows fast, low, and carpets densely in a uniform manner.
Once hailed as the “king of aquarium plants”, Madagascar Lace Plants are nonetheless an impressive addition to any hobbyist desiring an unusual and striking specimen to add to their collection.
Although hobbyists have known about this plant for some time, it has only been commercially available to the international community in recent years.
Resilient and adaptable, the main question is whether you really have space for the large-growing Jungle Val, one of the hardiest aquarium plants.
As a rather demanding and slow growing aquarium plant, why grow Rotala indica?