Anacharis
AnemonesBlack GamecockChromatellaFirecrest

Plants for Gardens with ponds or aquariums

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Plants for Gardens with ponds

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Anacharis
Anacharis, also known as Brazilian Waterweed, is an ideal pond plant for beginners. Beautiful light to bright green fern-like leaves, with branching stems covered in bunches of linear, whorled leaves help oxygenate and clarify the water and reduce algae growth. The Anacharis anchors itself in the substrate by its roots, but will also grow when floating freely. The Anacharis is an excellent for all types of ponds and is great for providing shade, cover and spawning material for pond fish. Propagate by removing cuttings from mature, healthy plants. The Anacharis looks best when planted in groups. Can be placed in small pots on the bottom of the pond. Can spread 12-24″. 1 dozen. Zones 4-11.

Bulb Anemone
The Bulb Anemone is one of the most beautiful ornamental anemones for the home reef. When housed beneath intense aquarium lighting, Entacmaea quadricolor develops a unique bulb tip at the end of its tentacles. When hungry, this member of the Actiniidae family will stretch its sweeper tentacles to grab food from the water column. After feeding, the tentacles then shorten again and take on their bulbous appearance. Though often referred to as the Four-Colored Anemone, coloration can vary greatly from one individual to the next. Red variations may be referred to as Rose Anemones. Generally, Bulb Anemones from Fiji and Tonga are shaded in soft browns, tans, or maroon, though an occasional green specimen is found. By contrast, the Bulb Anemones from Singapore are typically green in color with a deep maroon base. The Bulb or Bubble Tip Anemone is found in oceans around the world. The Bulb Anemone attaches its pedal disc deep within dead coral amongst rubble or on solid, living reefs. In the home aquarium, the Bulb Anemone requires similar habitat and positioned amongst deeply creviced live rock or branchy corals placed in sandy substrate. Most Bulb Anemones prefer to find their own place to settle and may move about your aquarium until a suitable location is found.

Chromatella
The Chromatella Lily, also known as Golden Cup, and Marliac Yellow, is a slightly scented lily. Petals are canary yellow. The flowers are cup-shaped and measure up to 5-1/2″. They are exceptionally free flowering and may spread 3 to 4′. The olive green leaves may grow up to 9″. They have splashes of purple that fade with age. It is an early bloomer with a long blooming season. Ideal for tubs and kettles. Can grow in any sized pool. The Chromatella Lily has excellent shade tolerance and may withstand cold weather. Should be potted in a 2-gallon pot or larger. Submerse pot from 6 to 18″ into the pond. Zones 4-11.

Black Gamecock
The Black Gamecock is a color variety of the Louisiana Iris and is a tropical Bog Plant. The large, dramatic black to purple flowers of this plant grows up to 6 inches across. The Black Gamecock can get as tall as 3′ and may have a spread of 24-36″. Louisiana Irises are best grown in full sun and in slightly acidic soil. Pot in 5-gallon containers and set in water up to 3 inches over crowns in full sun to part shade. They should not be left outside in the winter in areas of hard freeze, but can be left in place in non-freezing ponds. Louisiana Irises need to be repotted annually. Zones 5-11.

Firecrest
Firecrest lilies have fragrant lavender to deep pink blooms with blossoms that are held above water, much like a Tropical water lily. It has yellow-orange stamens, which add a nice contrast to the petals. The flower is star shaped and is complimented with shiny green to purple leaves. Will grow quickly if planted in a container that is at least 2 feet in diameter. Plant spreads 4-6 ft. Zones 4-11.

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  • Store Name: Ullas Aquarium
  • Seller: Ullas Aquarium
  • Address: Elamakkara Road
    Edapally
    Kochi - 683501
    Kerala
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