Ammania Gracilis (Thick RED Aquarium Plant)
Ammania Gracilis is a hardy red aquarium plant. It's leaves are more wavy than other red plants. It also has a relatively thicker stem. Ammania will like a hard cut once it is growing taller and can be replanted down in the substrate as a new plant.
NOTE as 9-7.22 You will get 4 or more NICE thick stems in a bunch of FULLY CONVERTED AWESOME PLANT.
What we are selling comes in a nice clump, but I recommend that you spread this plant out. Separate each stem and give it about a half of an inch space or more from the next stem to let it have some room to grow in. I would also recommend that you add some iron to your tank if you are looking to get more out of your RED in the Ammania Gracilis
Lighting: Needs moderate lighting to stay alive. The more lighting the better it will look.
Difficulty: I would rate Ammania a 3.5 on my 1-10 scale. 1 being it could grow in a toilet and 10 being impossible. It requires good light much like Ludwigia or other red plants. Though it's a little more susceptible to melt due to a lack of light
Quantity: 6-7 stems
No roots! Received pretty red plants that were just stems wrapped in a sponge around a rock and rubber band together; there are no roots. Mailed this plus the entire shipment of no rooted red plants back for refund of $49 plus another plant for $9.95. Dustins has not refunded me nor answered any of my emails. Very disappointed with this company. See photos -no roots! Will buy locally from now on. Will be reporting to the BBB since they refuse to acknowledge me or refund.
Sorry- We will happily send you a return label if you aren’t happy with the plant and you can send it back at no cost to you.
My plants arrived on time and were alive and in good shape.
My second time ordering from DFT, all of the plants I’ve ordered have been great but these were fantastic!!! They’ve only been in the tank for about 48 hours and I’m already seeing significant growth.
I ordered it thinking it was something I didn't have but I already had some of these. Saying that I kept it and it is growing with my other plants. The pictures a little off of what they look.