Aponogetons

A bulb plant that grows easily when planted in an aquarium. Large showy plants, usually with soft translucent leaves.

The leaves have an attractive indented surface and are a dark, transparent green in color. It reaches a height of about 18-24

Boivinianus

(Aponogeton boivinianus)

Lighting: Moderate
Temperature: 73-83°F
Tank Placement: Midground

The long slender leaves are deep green, fantastically ruffled, and so stiff to the touch that they may be mistaken for plastic.

Capuronii

(Aponogeton capuronii)

Lighting: Moderate
Temperature: 65-86°F
Tank Placement: Midground-
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Leaves are an olive green-brown, 8 - 14

Longiplumulosus

(Aponogeton longiplumulosus)

Lighting: Low-Moderate
Temperature: 73-83°F
Tank Placement: Background

Wide, long leaves are missing the tissue in between the veins, giving the appearance of woven green cloth.

Madagascar Lace

(Aponogeton madagascariensis)

Lighting: Low
Temperature: 68-75°F
Tank Placement: Midground

Large leaves are translucent, bright green and lightly ruffled.

Ulvaceus

(Aponogeton ulvaceus)

Lighting: Moderate
Temperature: 72-82°F
Tank Placement: Midground-
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These leaves have wavy edges and can range in color from light green to reddish brown.

Crispus

(Aponogeton crispus)

Lighting: Moderate
Temperature: 72-86°F
Tank Placement: Background

This plant is as hardy as it is attractive.  Long narrow leaves are slightly wavy at the edges and grow 12-14

Undulatus

(Aponogeton undulatus)

Lighting: Low-Moderate
Temperature: 73-83°F
Tank Placement: Background

Although they do not look like much initially, these fuzzy bulbs grow rapidly, sprouting within days of being planted, and producing leaves within two weeks.

Wonder Bulbs

  (Aponogeton sp.)

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