Hydrocotyle Tripartita "Japan" - Windy City Aquariums
Hydrocotyle Tripartita "Japan" - Windy City Aquariums

Hydrocotyle Tripartita "Japan"

Hydrocotyle Tripartita "Japan", also known as Japanese Pennywort, is characterized by fast, compact growth and small, intense green leaves on vertical stems. The plant is carpet-forming (5-10 cm tall) and its compact growth can be promoted by physically pressing the carpet with your hand when maintaining your aquarium (mechanical retardation)....

Type: 4oz Cup

4oz Cup
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Description

Hydrocotyle Tripartita "Japan", also known as Japanese Pennywort, is characterized by fast, compact growth and small, intense green leaves on vertical stems. The plant is carpet-forming (5-10 cm tall) and its compact growth can be promoted by physically pressing the carpet with your hand when maintaining your aquarium (mechanical retardation). Carpet formation and compact growth do best with good light.

Information:

  • Care: Medium
  • CO2: Not Required But Recommended
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Lighting Requirements: Medium
  • Propagation: Runners or Stem Cuttings
  • Max Size: 5+ Inches
  • Preferred Fertilizer: Root Tabs and Liquid
Reviews

Customer Reviews

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shon cleveland
Pretty small amount.

This did come in a 4oz cup, but the plant itself was not 4 oz. Now, I've recovered plants from less, but this is such a small quantity, I fear it will melt away before it has time to adapt to my tank.

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Rachel Prey

This is such a great plant. It is so versatile and delicate looking but very hardy and easy to care for.

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Keaton
Emerald green and lovely

None of the leaves showed any signs of melt. I wanted it pretty scattered around my aquarium so I put in the effort to gently separate the plants, which didn't appear to bother them any. The portion was generous, and easily lightly covered half of the bottom of my 20 gallon.

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