Red Root Floater (Wow Floating Plant) Phyllanthus Fluitans (GREEN/Red ON TOP)

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STOP: The photos labeled "AS OF 11.02.22" is what the product that we are selling currently looks like. (The are actually more redish than this , but this is close)

Want a punch of EASY Red?

Want a plant that absorbs nitrates quickly?

Want a SUPER Fast Grower? 

Enter Red Root Floaters! (Phyllanthus Fluitans)

Like Most floating plants.... Red Root floaters grow like CRAZY. (Floating plants get MORE light than regular plants and because they are ABOVE the water line get WAY more CO2...ala Super fast growth)    How fast do red root floaters grow?  They grow so fast USDA did a study and found them able to grow in the wild in south Florida.

So yes- this is an EASY PLANT. 

10-15 leaves is a portions. Portion size is the first photo with the ruler. 

These are RED PLANTS for us as we use this thing called the sun.  Under lower light conditions these plants will turn a more green look.  The RED comes with high light. 

NO CO2 so special anything needed BUT LIGHT.

NOTE: We do our best not to ship this with any other pest plants but you might get a piece of Azolla accidentally in with it. LOOK OVER your plants before you put them in your tank.

THIS IS A STEAL for only $11.95. Buy them ONCE and soon you'll be passing them out to your friends with over flow!



Customer Reviews

Based on 221 reviews
kevin s
Already multiplying

When I received them they were a little dried out from the few days in shipping. But they’ve already started to multiply. They are shipped with plenty so it’ll have no issues getting started

Ann K.
Great experience!

First time ordering from Dustin, and I’ll be back for more! Fast shipping and healthy plants just as promised!

Aleen George
Very pretty

It's very pretty

Tami Leonard

The plants were in great condition. Perfect addition to my two aquariums.

Kevin S.
Generous portion

They really make a nice addition to my aquariums . The red roots creat a nice contrast to my most green aquaecapes