Aquarium Plants from MarineFreshTropical

By C. Moormann

Quality Aquarium Plants


Our plants are sold as individually for rooted plants and in bunches for other types. They are from our stocks of plants grown indoors and in our greenhouse. In most cases they are snail-free. We usually ship out on Tuesdays. Shipping cost $6.99 for normal ground shipping with UPS or USPS and is 11.40, for priority mail for a medium flat-rate box. Live arrival guaranteed only with Express mail, FedX next day or air cargo (Southwest). For non-alive-arrival claims a picture of the fish/plants in the unopened bag within 48 hours is required. Any questions email rlmoormann@gmail.com All fish and plants are sold as is. See our web site at http://www.marinefreshtropical.com".

Here are a few of pictures of the plants:
Bacopa plants
Bacopa plants in a wet-dry filter overhanging a 60 gallon flat. Photo, C. Moormann, 2010 Click to Enlarge

Italian valsneria plants
Italian valsneria plants in a 55-gallon tank. Photo, C. Moormann, 2010 Click to Enlarge


Here are some pics of our plants and links of info/pics:
Bacopa monnieri pic 1 -- Click to Display
Bacopa monnieri pic 2 -- Click to Display
Bacopa monnieri pic 3 -- Click to Display
Bacopa monnieri is called Dwarf Bacopa.
Here is a website on Bacopa: A web link with pictures and info on the plant.
Water Sprite Plant -- Indian water fern -- Click to Display
There is a variety of plants sold under this name -- this is what we call water sprite. This plant is called the Indian water fern, Ceratopteris thalictroides.
Here is a website on watersprite: A web link with pictures and info on the plant.
Italian Vallisneria pic 1 -- Click to Display
Italian Vallisneria pic 3 -- Click to Display
Italian Vallisneria pic 4 -- Click to Display
Vallisneria asiatica (or spiralis) - Usually called Italian Vallisneria also known as Straight Vallisneria, Tape grass, or Eel grass -- sometimes improperly called Vallisneria spiralis? (call it what you like -- does the spiralis refer to the leaves or the flower stem??) - Contortion Vallisneria (which is corkscrew rather than flat). The flowers are very tiny and usually at the end of a very long winding stem. This is the easiest of the vals to grow.