Anacharis Elodea (Easy Low Light Aquarium Plant)
*ATTENTION* This product ILLEGAL in Al, CA, CO, CT, ID, IL, IN, LA, MA, ME, MI, MS, NE, NH, NY, OR,SC, VT, WA, WI
SLIGHTLY LESS DENSE THAN SHOWN THUS DISCOUNTED
Anacharis Elodea is a super hardy plant that I should have been carrying a long time ago. I'm all about beginners and this is about as beginner of a plant as you can get. Elodea (or Anacharis) is commonly used in ponds as well as aquariums. What I really like about Anacharis Elodea is how you can just break off a piece of it and shove it down in your substrate and grow a whole new plant.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 3-4 SOLID STEMS! MORE IF THEY ARENT DFT QUALITY :)
You have to love any plant that can handle that. Anacharis also is a great "filtering" plant. It can easily absorb excess nutrients in your tank. (That doesn't mean skip your water changes people) Anacharis has thick, sometimes bright green leaves (dependant on the light it is under) and is great for oxygen exchange. Here is a link to an old school Species Sunday video I did about Elodea/ Anacharis.
Another "filtering plant you might look into is Hornwort! This plant is great for any invertebrates.
Care Scale of 1-10 ( 1 it can grow in your toilet- 10 being nearly impossible)
Anacharis Elodea is a 1--- Almost a .5 :)
Can handle super low lighting, grows faster in higher light
Where to plant:
Get Elodea it while you can.
NOT Legal in Washington, Maine and several other states because of it's invasive nature. (We will just refund you if it is not available in your location :)
Came in so nicely colored you would’ve thought it was a fake plant. Very full plant and in my opinion looks better planted.
These came in great shape and they look amazing! I got them to grow in my goldfish tank for food and my betta tank for his happiness! Everything was fantastic about my experience!
Yeah so I got about a half&inch of Anacharis from my hornwort shipment and its just growing didn't think it would make it about a month ago now its growing slowly great plant lol
Elodea are beautiful quickly growing plants that can either be rooted or free floating. They are perfect to get a take established or help fill in areas that might not get the best of lighting.
These have been a mainstay in my aquariums since I was a kid because they grow like crazy and you can multiply them simply by cutting them in half.
I discovered Dustin's at Aquashella in Orlando where I bought an Anarchis and a purple Mystery Snail. The prices on both were very reasonable, and both plant and snail are doing great!