Nymphoides Aquatica (Banana Plant)

$6.49
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Nymphoides Aquatica, also known as Banana Plant gets its nickname from its interesting looking roots. This plant should remain partially unplanted with only 1/4 of its roots to be planted into the substrate. This plant grows quickly and can cover up a large part of any aquarium in no time. Give your aquarium that unique look with one of these banana plants. 

Family Name: Menyanthaceae
Lighting: Medium
pH: 7.0
Growth Demands: Moderate
Growth Form: Rosette
Growth Rate: Medium
Placement: Foreground

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  • 5
    My favourite plant!

    Posted by Liam Kelly on 2018 Dec 26th

    Such a cool plant. Very strange looking. I planted it as my centerpiece plant and it is looking great already. There were two new leaves within 48 hours. Unbelievable. I almost wish I had got more than one because of how cool looking it is.

  • 5
    Great Plant!

    Posted by Victoria Hartlen on 2018 Apr 4th

    Arrived a little melted but immediately started growing new leaves - has about five now. Such an easy plant!

  • 4
    Shirley M. McIntyre

    Posted by Shirley M. McIntyre on 2017 Dec 7th

    I have had this plant for about a week. No new growth yet but I am happy to have this plant

  • 4
    Banana Plant

    Posted by Willamena on 2017 Dec 3rd

    This plant is doing good and already growing new leaves, as well as rooting.

  • 4
    Willamena King

    Posted by Willamena King on 2017 Nov 10th

    It has already started to grow after a day.

  • 4
    Banana Plant

    Posted by Gord on 2017 Oct 20th

    Received a bit beat up but alive. After a few days they are now coming back and will be fine.

  • 5
    Banana Plant

    Posted by Deke on 2017 Sep 27th

    Quite little plant. Was an add on to an order due to the cheap price. Has settled in to the tank well and looks great. Glad I got it.

  • 5
    Banana Plants

    Posted by Leigh Partridge on 2017 Aug 15th

    I managed to get a few of these when they were available. Had shipped to East Coast. Arrived very heathy. Neat little Plants. As shown in picture.

  • 5
    Unusually beautiful

    Posted by Imran on 2017 Apr 24th

    love the plant it's beautiful ,bit small and seems fragile but hopefully will survive and grow soon.