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Cryptocoryne undulata Pot

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APA-po34
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$4.99

About This Product

Cryptocoryne undulata is a very vigorous Cryptocoryne that will grow equally well as an aquarium plant or as a terrarium plant. There are two color forms of the aquarium plant Cryptocoryne undulata and we grow the red form which exhibits a reddish color in the submersed growth. Cryptocoryne undulata gets its name from the wavy leaf margins that enhance its splendor. Native to Sri Lanka, Cryptocoryne undulata is one of the easiest varieties to grow. A great plant for the beginner it will tolerate almost any condition from low to high light and does not need fertilizer or CO2. Cryptocoryne undulata will thrive under medium light and regular fertilizer applications.
 
  • Common Name: Cryptocoryne Undulata
  • Family Name: Araceae
  • Native To: Sri Lanka
  • Lighting: Medium
  • pH: 6-8
  • Growth Demands: Easy
  • Growth Form: Rosette
  • Growth Rate: Medium
  • True Aquatic: Yes
  • Placement in Tank: Mid-Background
  • Available As: Potted

Customer Reviews

  • 4
    Be careful

    Posted by Brooke Crump on Nov 2nd 2017

    I love the color of these leaves in contrast with all the green I have in my tank. However, the plant did tank awhile to just to my tank and it melting off quite a bit for the first three weeks. Now there are leaves galore!

  • 3
    Grown Immersed

    Posted by Carl Cloer on Mar 16th 2017

    Ordered one pot and knew it was coming as an immersed-grown plant but it is still disconcerting to watch the beautiful thing melt away. I have lost about half the leaves within about a week...now hoping the roots will survive long enough to grow out the submersed leaves. Requires daily maintenance to trim the melting stems and leaves so I would not recommend placing this plant in a tank with skittish or shy fish until it has fully converted to its submersed form.

  • 4
    Cryptocoryne undulatus

    Posted by Matt McConkey on Oct 4th 2013

    Arrived in great shape. Has a nice contrast of coloration. The older leaves are light green and the newer growth has a nice bronze/reddish tint to it. Looks to be a slow grower in my tank (low light/excel/liquid ferts) thus far, but they've only been in about two weeks. Looking forward to seeing how they look when they grow out.