Oxygenating Pond Plants
View this video and see the fish swimming through a few popular selected oxygenating plants. You have to agree that they are "happy" fish. This is the WORLD under the water in your Water Garden Pool or Aquarium! ENJOY the view!
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Tricker's supplies a true assortment of the important oxygenating plants fresh from our Historic Greenhouses. Find out which variety grows BEST in your water garden pool and they are truly GUARANTEED!
Oxygenating Pond Plants Selections
Anacharis. One of the finest oxygenating plants that form a dense mass of foliage invaluable for goldfish spawning and shelter for small fry. They have dark green curved lance-like leaflets on long branching stems. read more
Pond Water Sprite is a true water fern and a very attractive plant. The blades of the leaves are deeply incised, which are green and flat. Survives in deeply shaded places as well as direct sunlight. read more
Jungle Vallisneria. A native, perennial excellent oxygenator that is much larger and has wider leaves than Vallisneria spiralis and is also known as Tapegrass. read more
Video 5 Oxygenating Plant Collection. Here is a collection of 5 Oxygenating Plants that are shown in our Tricker Video If you did not view the video click on product and read more. read more
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Ludwigia. A creeping aquatic or semi-aquatic plant often planted in wet soil at the pond margin to disguise the edges. Very attractive broad shaped leaves. Also makes a excellent aquarium plant.
Vallisneria . This attractive spiral leaved Vallisneria is also known as Vallisneria spiralis and has grassy foilage with tiny white flowers and can be considered to be one of the best submerged oxygenating plants of all. read more
Green Hygrophila. This oxygenating plant has erect or creeping shoots with attractive submerged light green narrow leaves. It will grow well in any depth of your water garden. Grows in a variety of aquarium depths too.
Moneywort. A well known plant, useful for carpeting effects of the water side in a pond or the attractive "mouse ear-like" leaves that show a wonderful display in an aquarium; the small rounded leaves grow in opposite pairs. read more
Red Hygrophila. A most unusual red variety that is very attractive in your water garden due to its striking red color. Most unusual site in any water garden pool or very attractive in an aquarium!
Sagittaria. A short rosette-like dark green plant which propagates by producing runners. A strong growing plant. At home in any water garden pool or aquarium.
Red Rotala is a wonderful addition to all aquariums. It has thickly-stacked leaf clusters that have green and red coloration that stands out in all aquariums and water garden pools. Grows well in shade or full sun.
Water Wisteria. This plant can adapt to low light conditions and still grow fast and gorgeously. Makes a great space filler and has a beautiful white color on the under sides of the leaves. read more
Joshua Plant has beautiful sturdy light green leaves. If allowed to emerge from the water makes delicate light lavender flowers. Easy grower and adds a wonderful touch to the water garden pool or aquarium. Native to the Southern United States.
Baby Tears is a wonderful aquatic plant that comes directly from our aquatic nursery. It has small round leaves and makes an excellent plant for fresh water aquariums. Also makes an excellent border plant for water garden pools.
Bacopa. Also known as the "Blue Water Hyssop" and is an easy to grow aquatic plant that produces beautiful blue flowers as it emerges out of the water. read more
Cobomba. A lovely submerged aquatic plant with bright green coarsely cut fan-shaped leaves which are a delight for browsing fish. Makes an attractive swaying of leaves in water. Also known as "Fanwort". read more
Aponogeton Crispus. A solitary plant with narrow leaves on stalks which are wavy or crispate on the edges. Very attractive. Origin is from Sri Lanka. Water temperature around 71 to 82 degrees F. Grows to a height of about 20 inches.
Samolus. This aquatic plant is a member of the Primrose family. The plant forms a rosette of light green, ovate leaves tapering at the base into a very small petiole. The leaves are smooth with discernible viens. read more
Java Fern. The plant is considered one of the most beautiful aquatic plants with attractive green flowing leaves. Grows well in good light as well as subdued light. Originates from India, southern China and Indo-Malayan area.
Green-Ease and Grow Supplement. An aquatic plant supplement for oxygenators that is added directly to the water. Contains vitamins and amino acids with low analysis fertilizer. read more
Lead Weights for Aquarium Plants. These lead weights (approximately 1/4 inch by 3 inches, 1/16 inch thick) are easily bent around the base of live plants and will allow them to sink to the bottom of the aquarium water.
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