Java Fern. (Regular)

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AS of 10-11 these are about 7-8 inches long and WOW.


Microsorum pteropus is one of the plants that we highly recommend for beginners. You can keep Java Fern in a variety of conditions and it can handle some abuse. We have Java Fern for sale because we want you to buy plants that you are going to have success with. Java Fern is one such plant. Java Fern is a tough plant with thick leaves and a hardy rhizome. Its so tough that people have even been able to keep it with Cichlids, which are known to typically destroy aquarium plants.

Not Java Fern. You can tie Java Fern to rocks or driftwood with some black thread, or you can just stick the rhizome down in to some crack of the driftwood. In the wild it grows out the side of rock faces and thrives during raining season. Then it all but dries up and come back the next major rain. Super Hardy. We sell the Java Fern portion you see pictured for $10. You can break it up, trim it back and make it spread out all over your tank. Try some Java Fern if you are just starting out or want a plant that is tough to kill.

Don't Forget To Buy our Growth Juice and Iron Supplements for your plants!!

Customer Reviews

Based on 216 reviews
Shirley C

Java plants were larger than expected. I guess next time I should ask for smaller ones. My betta fish was a little afraid of it. Arrived as expected and packed well. Looked very healthy.

robin feagan
So healthy

I can’t say enough about you guys. The plants are beautiful. I just wish the ponds they are going into wouldn’t eat them up. The koi one isn’t too bad it’s the snapping turtle one. He’s rough on plants. That’s ok he keeps most of them alive he just trims them down.

vicki r
Super!! Happy Fish!!

I have ordered from other companies and thought I would give Dustin’s a try. Wow!!! The plants are lush and healthy, I will stick with Dustin’s from here on out. Thank you so much.

Lisa Waller
Durable Java Fern

Good plant. My goldfish have finally made peace with the Java ferns. They did not eat them, but were nipping at the leaves and pulling them up. I replanted five days in a row. Now the fish are leaving them alone, and the ferns are green and perky despite the abuse. (Goldfish are 6” long).


They came very healthy with very good roots, very generous with the amount given as well. The are going to look perfect in my tank