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Acorus Gramineus Var Pusillus

Acorus are generally found in cold temperature zones, but some species are also found in sub-tropical areas. These plants have horizontal rhizomes with narrow bright green pointed leaves which spread like a fan. These plants do well at temperatures of around 22°C.They are not true aquatic plants and generally recommended for terrariums. Acorus Gramineus Var.Variegatus  has horizontal rhizomes with narrow bright green pointed leaves .The leaves have 10 cm long and .these plants generally recommended for terrariums.

Acorus gramineus var.variegatus

Acorus are generally found in cold temperature zones, but some species are also found in sub-tropical areas. These plants have horizontal rhizomes with narrow bright green pointed leaves which spread like a fan. These plants do well at temperatures of around 22°C.They are not true aquatic plants and generally recommended for terrariums. Acorus Gramineus Var.Variegatus  has horizontal rhizomes with narrow bright green pointed leaves .The leaves have 10 cm long and .these plants generally recommended for terrariums.

Alternanthera Bettzickana

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.

Alternanthera Bettzickana Green

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.  

Alternanthera Bettzickana Red

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.

Alternanthera Lilacina

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.

Alternanthera Reineckii Green

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.

Alternanthera Rosaefolia

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.  

Alternanthera Rosanervig

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage. This plant is a new variety of Alternantheras. One of the significant characteristics of this plant is the vivid pink leaves which are lighter – colored leaf veins. To have a beautiful Alternanthera Rosanervig you'd better to trim it regularly.  

Alternanthera Sessilis

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.

Alternanthera Variegatus

Most Alternantheras can adapt under submerged conditions except for Alternanthera Sessilis which is essentially a terrestrial plant and cannot be kept submerged for more than a few months. It can be a beautiful addition to a terrarium and paladarium where it can thrive well in semi submerged conditions. This plant produces numerous tiny flowers in white bracts on the leaf axes. The dark maroon foliage can provide a good contrast in the background of green foliage.

Ammannia gracilis

Ammannia gracilis has upright stems with opposite sessile leaves, the color of the submersed leaves are olive green when grown under water the leaves are 7-12 CM long and 0.6-1.5 CM broad. It does not tolerate hard water and require strong light. Pruning should be done when the stems touches the surface of the water to encourage growth of lateral branches from dormant buds. They are ideal mid to background specimens.